The Daphne Old Methodist Church Museum is the second oldest church in Baldwin County, and is enlisted on the National Register of Historic Places. Constructed in 1858 as a place of worship for the residents of Daphne, the church was dedicated in 2001 as a museum dedicated to educating the public about the history of Daphne and the surrounding communities.
The Daphne Museum is located at 405 Dryer Avenue and is available for tours. For more information, call 251-621-9620.
Daphne Art Center
The Daphne Art Center (DAC) has a Board of Directors which is committed to providing opportunities for local artists to realize the enjoyment of and participation in art programs at DAC. They are located at 1704 6th Street, just behind Daphne City Hall in the city's former jail. To learn more about the DAC, please visit their website or call 251-586-8096.
The American Sport Museum & Archives
Founded in 1984, the American Sport Art Museum and Archives (ASAMA) is dedicated to the preservation of sports art, history and literature. The ASAMA collection is composed of more than 1,500 pieces across all media, including paintings, sculptures, assemblages, prints, posters and photography.
Visit the museum at One Academy Drive in Daphne or online at asama.org.
Black Education Museum
The Black Education Museum was dedicated and opened to the public on July 1, 2009 and is located on the site of the original Baldwin County Training School at 1000 Main Street in Daphne.
To learn more about the Museum, click here or contact Gartrell Agee at 251-626-9886 or 251-510-0355.