Arlington Historical Association, INC.

Post Office Box 130237

Birmingham, AL 35213

 

Founded 1953

 

The Arlington Historical Association serves to enhance, promote and preserve Arlington, the beautiful Greek Revival House (circa 1840s) and Gardens, owned by the City of Birmingham. Through donations and purchases, the Association has created a house museum with furniture and decorative arts of the period. Arlington, the only house museum in the City of Birmingham, is historically significant to the area and attracts visitors from near and far. The Birmingham community enjoys Arlington as an educational center and a place for social and entertainment events.

 

Membership: Open to any person who is interested in the goals of the Association and pays dues. If you would like to become a member join us for a meeting. Click here for membership form.

 

Meetings: Held in the Garden Room at Arlington September thru June except in December. Programs begin at 11:00am followed by an optional lunch. Call 205-780-5656 to make a required lunch reservation and pay by cash or check payable to the AHA when you arrive.

 

Calendar: Event and meeting dates, speakers and topics to be posted biannually.

 

Volunteer Opportunities: Serve at a docent, an educational aide for school visits, a member of an event team and/or as an officer.

331 Cotton Avenue SW

Birmingham, AL  35211 

(205) 780-5656

arlingtonantebellumhome@gmail.com

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