There is more than museum for Hank Williams. Georgiana AL has its Hank Williams Boyhood Museum and Montgomery AL has its Hank Williams Museum lead by the late Cecil Jackson († 2010) and his daughter Beth Petty. In Georgiana Al is also the theatre where he started his carreer. Both museums organize events such as the Festival in Georgiana in June and in Montgomery AL there's the Hank Williams Funeral Celebration held every year at the Oak Hill Cemetery Annex on the first day of the year.
Furthermore there's a showcase to Hank Williams sr. and jr. in the Country and Western Music Hall of Fame in Nashville TN..
A piece of highway is called "the Lost Highway" to honour Hank Williams and you can ride the Hank Williams Trail initiated by the Bureau of Tourism in Alabama.
You can sleep in the cabin at Lake Martin where Hank Williams spent some weeks in the summer of 1952 and where he composed "Kaw-Liga". The cabin is fully restored in its original form.
Showcases in the Hank Williams Museum in Montgomery AL.>>>