Visit the museum of one of the world`s greatest musicians who spent the best part of his life in Montgomery. This funky little museum contains a treasure trove of artifacts along with the singer’s belongings. Some are on loan, some have been donated, and many came from his son Hank Williams, Jr. There are also some stage costumes with rhinestones and music notes down the sleeves, plus an array of boots to go with them. Sheet music, album covers, and souvenir items as also movie posters of a film about him are grouped together. The star attraction is the blue Cadillac convertible that Hank Williams rode around in and the back seat of it was where he spent his final night on a trip up north to a performance. The museum preserves the 1952 Cadillac in which he made his final journey. The Oakwood Cemetery is the resting place of Hank and Audrey and is only five minutes away. Enjoy listening to his hit songs while you move about.