Berman Museum is home to more than 6,000 artifacts, offering a unique opportunity to view ancient treasures and objects from all over the world (plus over 1,000 pieces in their Asian Art collection! Yes kids, history it about to come to life right in front of your very eyes!
You can discover the history of the exploration and colonization of the American West, with artifacts and weapons from the Revolutionary War itself, right through to the Spanish American War.
Kids, you'll love to explore the hands-on frontier wagon and marvel at the life size dioramas!
Rare and exotic weapons are on display in the Deadly Beauty Gallery, with spy weapons, medieval armor, and even items that personally belonged to Napoleon Bonaparte himself!
The Arts of Asia not only allows you to admire ceramics, furniture and sculptures from all across the Asiatic worlds, but lets kist smell exotic spices, and try-on cultural clothing at the hands-on station!
The two world wars are covered with artifacts and images telling the story of these two infamous conflicts. On display are items once owned by Mussolini, as well as Hilter's personal silver tea service - how amazing!
Kids can learn about Pearl Harbor, and learn of the actual people who died in the battle, and changing exhibits offer something new for the family to see on the next visit.
A fascinating experience where history comes to life all around you in Alabama!
$6.00 (Ages 4 to 17)
Grab something to eat in the area before or after your visit!
If you want to visit the Anniston Museum of Natural History too, you can get great deals on a combo ticket!
The Berman Museum Cart is where you can pick up a great selection of items, focusing on military, Asian art, espionage, and more. From books, to games, to souvenirs, they have everything to peak your interest.
If you have a group of ten or more, you may book a pre-scheduled tour through the museum’s Education Director three weeks in advance.
Give them a call to ask about the accessibility
Check out the events and gallery chats that the museum put on - they are listed on their website, and offer a great addition to your museum experience