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General Info
The Old Tavern was built in 1827 on Broad Street, now University Blvd., in downtown Tuscaloosa as it became the Capitol of Alabama. The Old Tavern was saved from demolishing and the building of the Hugh Thomas Bridge in 1966 when a group of citizens formed to move the Tavern from its old location on University Blvd. to Capital Park where now resides. The Tavern not only served as a place for early prominent politicians of the State to bed, but also as a gathering spot for their families and others as it was a major stop on stagecoach lines. The Old Tavern is of French design and stands apart from early Alabama architecture in the State. The first floor features gathering areas for guests where meetings could take place as well as a common dining area. The second floor has bedrooms for guests and a small area for gatherings. The Old Tavern offers free museum tours five times a week and boasts a small event space for 20-40 guests.
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Phone: 205-758-8163

Phone: 205-758-2238

Fax Number: 205-758-8163

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The Old Tavern Museum

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