On June 20, 2020 Joseph Summerville of Boy Scout Troop 84 was able to complete his Eagle Scout Project. Joseph donated two benches and two large flower pots to the Bessemer Hall of History Museum. With the help of Boy Scout John Summerville and Scout Leader Curtis Summerville also of Troop 84 helped make this project a great success. The Bessemer Hall of History Museum thanks them for their donation and hard work.


 From left to right: Curtis Summerville, Laria Summerville, Museum President Luellen Nagle, Joseph Summerville, and John Summerville.


 Joseph Summerville


Joseph Summerville
We will be CLOSED Saturday July 4, 2020 for Independence Day.

We are happy to announce that the Bessemer Hall of History Museum will reopen on Thursday June 11, 2020.

We will have 6 foot social distancing and hand sanitizing station in place. Our staff will be wearing masks.

We are not accepting group tours at this time.

Please drop in to visit the Bessemer Hall of History Museum.

Attention:
Venue Change For This Years
Alabama Folk Fair and Craft Show.
Please Note New Location:
Moore Picnic Pavilion
6018 Moore Cemetery Road
McCalla, AL
Did you enjoy the Alabama Folk Fair and Craft Show last May? Well you are in for a treat. We are having the 4th Annual Alabama Folk Fair again on June 5 and 6, 2020.    You will be hearing more about it as time goes by, but for now –if you want to be a vendor, you need to get your application in along with a check so that you won’t miss out. Booths will fill quickly.   See our flyer and application form.



 You should check back periodically to find out all the plans for this important event.    It not only offers an opportunity to retain and demonstrate our folk arts and crafts, but also gives financial benefit to this museum. Our Board of Directors works hard to put on this event and see that it is a wonderful success.