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Please note: The Museums are Closed Mondays now through Memorial Day, 2015.

Paved with memorial bricks bearing the names of veterans and service members, the Walk of Honor will be an enduring monument to those brave souls who dare to risk all for our freedom, and the future of our republic. The Museum is now accepting orders for these personalized memorial bricks. Click here for details and order form.

We salute our military!

November is military family recognition
To show our support for our brave men and women in uniform, the Museums will offer half-price admission for military members and
their families during the month of November!

American Education Week at the Museums
Saturday, November 15-Sunday, November 23
Regular Museum Hours; Free admission for educators*

*Educators, show your valid ID badges for free admission for yourself and one guest, during regular business hours.
Fused Glass Ornament Workshop
with Lori Cummings

Sunday, November 30, 2-4 pm
Deadline for registration is Monday, November 24
Cost (includes one ornament): $40 for non-members, or $35 for Berman Museum members.
Important Holiday Closing Dates to Remember:

Museums Closed for Thanksgiving Day
Thursday, November 27

Museums Closed for Christmas Eve & Day
Wednesday & Thursday, December 24–25
"Gun of the Month" at Shotgun Sports
Supply Co.
Rent our facility! 
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more details ...
Book a self-guided tour of the Museum for your group of 10 or
more and save money! Self-guided group tours are only
$4/person when booked in advance through our
Or why not make it a $7/person unguided "combo
visit," including Berman Museum, next door
($4/person unguided
at Anniston Museum and $3/person unguided at Berman Museum.)

What a great package deal! More info on tours here ...


Berman Museum of World History is proud to partner with
Shotgun Sports Supply Company in presenting

Berman Museum Gun of the Month
This month's featured weapon:
Two handheld blunderbusses from the late 18th Century. These weapons have

flintlock mechanisms and could be packed with lead, rocks, nails, or any other debris yielding them as formidable short-range weapons.
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Own a Giclee Print of 
   Berman Museum's
   Well Known Painting,
   "The Shadow"


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   Gifts and     
   Souvenirs Available
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