This museum is located in Chatom in the basement of the Washington County Courthouse. It contains artifacts that depict the history of Washington County, the first county in Alabama.
Access to the museum is stairs or elevator.
The Museum’s collections include artifacts highlighting Washington County’s rich history and importance to the State of Alabama. The collection showpiece is a 750-year-old Native canoe, discovered on the Tombigbee in 1973. Other exhibits include antique cooking utensils, vintage clothing, military memorabilia, and equipment used in the timber and turpentine industries.