Tuesday: 10am - 5pm
Wednesday: 10am - 5pm
Thursday: 10am - 5pm
Friday: 10am - 5pm
Saturday: 11am - 3pm
Closed for all major holidays.
The Gadsden Museum of Art and History is located at 515 Broad Street in historic downtown Gadsden, next to the Imagination Place and the Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts. Convenient parking is available behind the Museum in the municipal parking lot.
General admission is free; donations are welcome.
Take Exit 183 for U.S. 278/U.S. 431 toward Attalla/Gadsden
Turn left on 5th Ave. NE
Continue on W. Meighan Blvd.
Turn right on N. 5th St., parking lot will be on your right just past Dowdy Office Supplies
Head Southeast on I-759Continue straight to stay on AL-759ETurn left on George Wallace DriveTurn left on E. Broad StreetMuseum will be on your right
WHAT TO DO WHILE YOU'RE HERE
Contemporary Art Gallery Located in the Historic District of Gadsden, AL
The Walnut Gallery
Art Center consisting of a dance conservatory, art galleries, Orchestras, and a kids museum.
Mary G. Hardin Cultural Arts Center
Gadsden's first and only Irish Pub serving traditional Irish favorites, gourmet sandwiches, and regular chef specials.
Harp & Clover
Indoor Shopping Mall with antique vendors, a cafe, plants, and clothes and accessories.
Gadsden Variety Antique Mall
Pizza, salads & quesadillas are dishes up in funky quarters featuring a full bar and live music nightly.
Blackstone Pub & Eatery
Family friendly restaurant serving upscale pub fare such as burgers, sandwiches, salads, and soups.
The Rail Public House
Award-winning Alabama microbrewery and makers of Truck Stop Honey Brown Ale, Naked Pig Pale Ale, and more.
Back Forty Beer Co.
Indoor rock climbing microgym with multiple training facilities.
Bowling Alley consisting of a bar, indoor food truck, arcade, and candy shoppe.
Outdoor shopping mall located in Gadsden, consisting of Ulta Beauty, Ross, Hobby Lobby, and more.
Coosa Town Center
A 250-acre public park located in Gadsden, with its main feature being the 90-foot waterfall. This park includes walking trails, an aboriginal fort, an abandoned dam, pioneer homesteads, and Civil War carvings.
James D. Martin Wildlife Park
Locale offering waterside trails and boardwalks popular for birdwatching and wildlife viewing.
A non-profit art museum located in Birmingham, AL with one of the finest collections of art in the Southeastern United States.
Birmingham Museum of Art
The past home and workplace of Baptist minister and folk artist Howard Finster, and is now a public park dedicated to his life and art.
Paradise Garden Foundation
A natural science and history museum near Cartersville, Georgia, with a facility of over 120,000 square feet and an affiliate of the Smithsonian Museum.
Tellus Science Museum
Space One Eleven showcases contemporary exhibitions and promotes social justice through the visual arts.
Space One Eleven