Museums & Libraries

Renew Your Love for UA Libraries

Renew Your Love for UA Libraries

Now there are even more reasons to appreciate UA Libraries.

a person snorkeling underwater with a manatee

No Spring Break Plans? UA Has You Covered

Here are five ways to enjoy your week off.

the hodges meteorite

A Gift Like No Other: Ann Hodges and the Meteorite

Ann Hodges took a frightening, one-of-a-kind event and turned it into a gift.

two students standing on a rock overlooking a lake

Say Yes to These November Events

The semester may be winding down, but there is still plenty to do this month.

Spider web water droplets

Get Creeped Out at the UA ArBOOretum Oct. 29

Come learn about all of the sinister plants and animals of Alabama and trick-or-treat the grounds of the UA Arboretum.

photograph of the exterior of the historic Gorgas House

Haunting at the Museum Offers Spooky Fun for All Ages

The Alabama Museum of Natural History and Gorgas House Museum are teaming up to provide Halloween fun for all ages through Haunting at the Museum Oct. 24-28.

A group of Native American performers dancing

Renowned Artists, Craftsmen Featured at Moundville Festival

Nationally acclaimed artists, craftsmen and educators will highlight the 2022 Moundville Native American Festival Oct. 12-15.

A blooming hydrangea

UA, Auburn Fans Clash in Citizen Science Competition

A new competition aims to excite everyone’s inner scientist by bringing the gridiron competition of the Iron Bowl into the realm of citizen science.

fireworks over the Black Warrior River

Get Out and About This July 

Look no further for things to do and ways to beat the heat in July.

A set of lockers with softball equipment in them.

New Exhibit Celebrates 25 Years of Softball

A new exhibit at the Paul W. Bryant Museum honors the players and coaches of the first 25 years of softball at the Capstone.