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Rumor is it will be relocating in the future

I like that the museum is located in the old depot in the heart of downtown Enterprise. There are... read more

Reviewed 2 May 2017
Donna F
Enterprise, Alabama
Decent little tour, could be better...

This was a nice activity for my father and I during our visit to Enterprise. The only gripe is the... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
Washington Township, New Jersey
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2 May 2017
“Rumor is it will be relocating in the future”
2 Mar 2017
“Decent little tour, could be better...”
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Reviewed 2 May 2017

I like that the museum is located in the old depot in the heart of downtown Enterprise. There are some great items on display, but the depot is a little run down and could use a little face lift, possibly new carpet and paint, but...More

Thank Donna F
Reviewed 2 March 2017

This was a nice activity for my father and I during our visit to Enterprise. The only gripe is the girl who gave us our tour did so without her shoes and socks on. Im not sure why. She did seem very knowledgeable regarding a...More

Thank 1LuckyDaddy
Reviewed 25 February 2017 via mobile

The Depot Museum really did not have much about the history of the depot. It was dirty, cluttered and dingy. There have been add ons to the building that weren't necessary. The "collection" of items on display is just stuff donated by residents of Enterprise....More

1  Thank Melodycthomas
Reviewed 29 June 2016

This is a low cost museum that features old artifacts that are mostly agriculture based. Not bad for a half hour to show your children just how hard it was in the old days to grow crops. =)

Thank Todd W
Reviewed 10 April 2016

This is a nice, small museum near where the Boll Weavel statue is in town. Lots of interesting history. The volunteer who worked there was very knowledgeable and friendly. She mentioned they are going to move it. Not sure exactly when.

Thank scrapitmom
Reviewed 26 February 2016

The museum is located in the old Enterprise Railroad Depot. It has treasures from the late 19th century I.e., old medicine used at the time,, weapons, clothes, farm equipment, farm equipment and other artifacts from that period. This attraction is great for your kids.

Thank Wilma B
Reviewed 26 February 2016

We came through Enterprise to see the Boll Weevil statue but planned on going to the Depot Museum as well. Unfortunately it was not open even though the sign said it was and we were there during posted hours. So I really can't rate the...More

Thank YorkGardener
Reviewed 25 March 2015

It's a good sized local museum with many artifacts from the early to mid 1900's. The woman was very enthusiatic about showing us around and they had a few interesting items but nothing really awesome or anything. Surprsingly not a really good local history section...More

Thank Brett F
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