Alabama Constitution Village

Alabama Constitution Village

Alabama Constitution Village

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The Alabama Constitution Village is a historical open air museum in Huntsville, Alabama that reenacts life in 1819. The eight buildings include a law office, print shop, land surveyor's office, post office, cabinetmaker's shop and residence.

In winter the village hosts Santa's Village, a North Pole-like scenery with decorations.

On July 5, 1819 in the vacant cabinet shop, forty-four delegates came together from the Constitutional convention to inaugurate Alabama as the twenty-second state.

The Alabama Constitution Village is part of the Earlyworks Museum Complex, along with the Historic Huntsville Depot and EarlyWorks Children's History Museum.

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