Due to the updates relating to COVID-19, all of the University of Alabama Museums (Alabama Museum of Natural History, The Gorgas House Museum, the Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum, and the Jones Archaeological Museum at Moundville Archaeological Park will now be closed until March 30. Moundville Archaeological Park is COMPLETELY CLOSED, including grounds, campground, Jones
The University of Alabama Museums plan to remain open according to their regular schedules, however, all group tours, programs, meeting, and events at our museums are cancelled until March 30, 2020.
Inquiring minds want to know: what was life like at Moundville hundreds of years ago? “Archaeology Adventures,” a new television program aimed primarily at elementary school students in Alabama, answers that question. Dr. Alex Benitez, director of Moundville Archaeological Park, and Dr. John Blitz, professor in UA’s department of anthropology, recently assisted a film crew
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The University of Alabama’s Moundville Archaeological Park is hosting two fun-filled and educational events the weekend of July 21 — its annual Knap-In and Birdfest 2017. 17th Annual Knap-In The community is invited to explore the ancient art of flintknapping during the annual Knap-In July 21 and 22. Flintknapping is an ancient
The University of Alabama’s Moundville Archaeological Park resumes its Saturday in the Park programs this weekend with the topic “Jewelry and Flint Knapping with John Parker.” Saturday in the Park is a series of demonstrations and presentations related to Native Americans, archaeology, natural history, sustainable gardening and more. Many of the topics directly relate to the