At the 1936 Olympic games in Nazi era Berlin, this African-American track star won four gold medals. The museum depicts Owens' athletic and humanitarian achievements through
interactive video exhibits, a rare film, and memorabilia.The park features a replica of Owens' Alabama boyhood home, an 8-foot bronze sculpture of Owens, a replica of the 1936 broad jump pit, a 1936 Olympic torch, two baseball fields, and a playground. Computer Access. Free Wi-FiAllow 1 ½ hours. Mon.-Sat. 9-5, Sun. 1:30 -5
Closed Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Years Day.
Individuals free. Groups $2 per person. Phone (256) 974-3636.
Jesse Owens Memorial Park and Museum is 1.5 mi. e. of jct. SR 157 and CR
187 to CR 203, then just e. to 7019 CR 203.