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The Alabama River Festival is an annual event hosted by the Alabama River Museum in Franklin, Alabama. It is an education festivity commonly held around the second week of March.

The Alabama River Festival celebrates and commemorates the colorful past of the area. They do this through demonstrations, where visitors can enjoy an early 1800s themed camp by the river. The camp is also filled with 19th century Indians, traders, travelers, and frontiersmen. Food and music is also available to up the ante of the fun celebration.

The Alabama River Festival is a fun event that is also perfect for everyone of any age. Admission depends on the age and on how big the party is. You can contact the museum for further information.
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City: Franklin
County: Macon
Address: 31 Isaac Creek Road
Zip: 36444
Phone Number: 251-575-7433
Category: Event
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