If dad is an Alabama football, and we all know that he is, how about taking him to Bryant Museum for Father’s Day this weekend?
Sunday is fast approaching and if you’re anything like me, you have already put that June 19, 2016, is Father’s Day in the back of your mind. Not because you are avoiding the day, but because there are only so many things that you can get a father on his special day that he hasn’t already gotten before.
Fortunately for myself and the rest of the procrastinators out there, I have a solution. It’s pretty great, and the best part yet – it’s FREE.
The Bryant Museum located on Paul Bryant Drive will be open on Sunday, normal business hours, with its doors open to the public with free admission. That’s correct, you read that right. No wallets needed, and the whole family can come.
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Since football season is over and there is no Sunday football for the family to relax on the couch and watch, this might just be the next best thing. Grab the family and your pops and take him to the museum to let him check out the history of Alabama Football.
A little knowledge before you go, just so you can look like a pro while explaining the museum to your family:
Walking in, there will be a kiosk in the middle of the room for information and staff that are available to answer any questions that patrons may have. The Bryant Museum is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The museum itself is dedicated to emphasizing the history of the football program, but it also contributes information about all sports located on campus. There are a few missions and goals that are depicted inside the museum.
Bryant Museum’s mission is to collect, preserve and exhibit items, and to disseminate information representing the magnificent history of sports the University of Alabama has come to earn.
The museum itself is dedicated to educating and inspiring contributions and accomplishments of the university’s collegiate athletes, fostering a sense of history, tradition and excellence, and serving all with the history of collegiate sports.
Now if that doesn’t get your motor going, I don’t know what will. If your father loves football and anything Alabama, this sure sounds like a treat to me. Why not go make some FREE memories, and spend some time with the man of the day?