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Evelyn Burrow Museum

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A lot of beautiful antiques.

It was very beautiful and informative. It told of the life of Evelyn and Ott (Her husband). My Dad... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2018
Randy A
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Hanceville, Alabama
Japanese exhibit

We loved the current exhibit. The museum even had a video showing how they made some items it was... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2015
AmandaG4
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28 May 2018
“A lot of beautiful antiques.”
28 Oct 2015
“Japanese exhibit”
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The Evelyn Burrow Museum of Wallace State Community College is a unique collection of decorative arts from the Victorian era to modern times, from fine examples of delicately crafted porcelain to artful everyday wares. This extraordinary collection...more
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801 Main St NW, on the campus of Wallace State Community College in the Burrow Center for the Fine and Performing Arts, Hanceville, AL 35077-5462
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Reviewed 28 May 2018

It was very beautiful and informative. It told of the life of Evelyn and Ott (Her husband). My Dad knew them when in school. I worked for them when they owned the old Holiday Inn in Good Hope Alabama. Good times and bad!

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Reviewed 28 October 2015 via mobile

We loved the current exhibit. The museum even had a video showing how they made some items it was very interesting. The man in charge there is very friendly, he will chat with you and tell you many things.

Thank AmandaG4
Reviewed 17 August 2015

Just went through the Evelyn Burrow Museum on the campus of Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama. Right now the museum is exhibiting a number of interesting sculptures.

Thank BradWiegmann
Reviewed 3 September 2013

......but were rewarded with so much more. Evelyn Burrows collection of porcelain may not be matched anywhere else on Earth. We originally went to see an Audobon exhibit and found this fine collection of porcelains from all over the world.

1  Thank macofmootnmac
Reviewed 23 March 2013

I saw the collection when Mrs. Burrow had it open to the public in a huge metal building. It was like visiting an antique mall. There is much more in the collection than is on display. What is now shown at the school is the...More

2  Thank Linda K
Reviewed 25 May 2012

This is a collection of decorative items from Evelyn Burrow's collection. It includes porcelain, glass, pottery, and bronzes. The collection is worth over nine million dollars. Donny Wilson, a curator who worked with Mrs. Burrow, showed our group around the museum and gave history of...More

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