1215 Rayburn Avenue in Guntersville
(256) 571-7597

Museum Hours:
Tuesday-Friday: 10 a.m.– 4 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Closed Mondays

Admission is Free

May 7 through June, original folk art and sculpture will be on exhibit.
Allison Simpson, a descendent of Matthew Culbert, will speak about the historic cabin on the grounds of the Museum.
Marian Baker art on exhibit July 1 through August 16
Select pieces on loan from the Tuscaloosa Museum of Art July 9 through August 30.

69,000 acres of water. 10,000 years of history.
Hundreds of objects and exhibits.
And one great way to explore Guntersville.

Welcome to the Guntersville Museum located in the historic rock Armory. With its location at the southernmost point of the Tennessee River, Lake Guntersville provides a unique vantage point on history and the culture of the region. As a living repository, the Museum offers visitors a chance to explore everything from Native American artifacts to interesting local personalities.

Membership

The best way to help preserve the rich and colorful history of our area is to be a yearly member of the Guntersville Museum. Please consider joining us.

Donations

As we are free to the public, your support is vital for us to provide for the community and beyond. Please consider donating in honor or in memory of someone.