Aldrich Coal Mine Museum, Inc.

Street address: 

137 Hwy. 203
Montevallo, AL 35115

Open Th–Sat. 10–4, Sun. 1–4, or by appt.

137 Hwy. 203
Montevallo, AL 35115

Admission charged

Company store of former Montevallo Coal Mine displays pictures and artifacts of community of Aldrich, coal mine, prison, stores, churches and post office. Collection teaches history of coal mining in Alabama. Has only coal miner monument in Alabama.


Mobility Impaired (ramps)

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