At the American Village, students and visitors step onto the stage of American history and explore the ideals of American liberty and self-government. They experience colonial Boston, debate Patrick Henry’s Virginia resolves for independence, drill in Washington’s Army at Yorktown, and serve as delegates to the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia.
Highlights of the 183-acre campus include Washington Hall – inspired by George Washington’s beloved Mount Vernon; the President’s House – inspired by the Robert Morris House, the Nation’s Philadelphia White House; a full-sized replica of the Oval Office; the Pettus Randall Miniature Museum of American History; the Colonial Chapel – inspired by Bruton Parish Church of Williamsburg, VA; and Liberty Hall – inspired by Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, with an interior patterned after the East Room of The White House.
The American Village offers public tours Monday-Friday at 10 a.m., 12 noon and 2 p.m. Group tours are also available. Special programs are held throughout the year, including Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day and Independence Day.
General Admission Fee: $8.50 per person; Adult Fee $8.50; Senior Fee $8.00; Children’s Fee: ages 5-17 $8.00; 4 and under varies by programhttp://www.americanvillage.org | 3727 Highway 119 Montevallo AL 35115, Montevallo, AL