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The Cullman County is housed in a replica of Col. Johann Cullman?s home. Johann Cullman is a German immigrant who is considered as Cullman County?s founding father. The museum was established in 1973 during Cullman County?s centennial year. It has been collecting artifacts and preserving items since that time on. The museum displays many interactive exhibits. The displays include German heritage, Native American lifestyles, early pioneers and South folklore. The museum also displays Cullman in different stages of his life.

Visitors which are old and young alike enjoy this museum because of the museum?s interactive displays. Popular among the visitors is the Archaeological Room which exhibits artifacts from the first settlers in County which are the Native Americans. Visitors have an opportunity to make rubbings of projectile points in this room. Other rooms include Primitive Room, Nursery, Col. Cullman?s Room, Clothing Store which features 19th to 20th century clothing, and Music Room. The section Main Street is also very popular because it illustrates Cullman County 100 years ago. There are also rotating collections in the Museum.
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