TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The Paul W. Bryant Museum at The University of Alabama will temporarily close for renovations beginning Feb. 1.
Renovations include facility updates and a new interactive video wall that allows visitors to access museum databases for complete Alabama football history.
“We are excited to modernize our display while keeping true to Coach Bryant’s wish to honor all his teams and players from his 38-season head-coaching career in one place,” said Ken Gaddy, director of the Paul W. Bryant Museum. “Technology allows us to deliver much more information and let visitors select what they see.”
The museum’s online store will remain in operation during the museum’s closure. All merchandise can be found at bryantmuseumstore.com.
The Paul W. Bryant Museum is located on The University of Alabama campus at 300 Bryant Drive, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. It is directly across the street from Coleman Coliseum. For more information, phone toll-free 866-772-BEAR (2327) or visit bryantmuseum.com.
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