The museums newest exhibit is the "Remembrance Project". It was offically unveiled on Saturday June 9th along with the historic marker on courthouse square.
Thank You: "Opelika Giving Day" you donated $2,000 for the "Old Nancy" building. We're expecting this $55,000 project be finished by fall of 2021. Stay tuned.

Thank Lee County Farmers Federation for your $5,000 donation to build a permanent home for "OLD NANCY"

Located in the heart of Opelika’s downtown historic district at 121 South th Street, on the old Clement hotel site, the Museum of East Alabama first opened its doors in August 1989. Adjacent to the Lee County Courthouse square, the museum now houses over 5,000 artifacts including both th, and th century local, state and general history items. With over 2,000 visitors yearly since its opening, hundred of visitors receive a look and education about the East Alabama area, Opelika, and Alabama history.

Museum of East Alabama
Historic Downtown Opelika

121 S. 9th St.
Museum Hours:
Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 4pm
Saturday: 2pm - 4pm
Closed: Sunday & Monday

Admission: Free

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2021 Officers

President: Jim Hardin
VP Bob Renie
Secretary: Todd Rauch
Treasurer: Kathy Penton

Museum Remembers Early Years

Thank You Oline Price for photo's  
John T Eleanor Harris
Let the Party Begin

Anna Asbury, Roslyn Stern, Volunteers

Happy Birthday

The Table Set  

John T. Harris