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Home » Alabama Museums » Helen Keller Birthplace ( Ivy Green) -Tuscumbia Alabama

Helen Keller Birthplace ( Ivy Green) -Tuscumbia Alabama

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Address

300 N Commons St W Tuscumbia, AL 35674

Facts

Mrs. Keller was an author & lecturer. Tuscumbia Alabama Museum, 640-acre tract, known as Ivy Green, Built in 1820

Things To Do

Gift Shop, Whistle Path

Hours

Mon-Sat: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

This museum is committed to preserving the story of the inspiring story of Hellen Keller, America’s most famous handicapped person. She was born deaf and blind but overcome the obstacles to be the first deafblind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree ever! The museum is in Tuscumbia, Alabama. It is a good way to enjoy an day out while finding out about Alabama’s historical past. It is also very inspiring!

Ivy Green - Helen Kellers Home

Helen Keller Birthplace, Ivy Green, Tuscumbia Alabama, Museum

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