Museums & Libraries

People searching for fossils in a creek

UA Museums Offers Summer Fun for All Ages

UA Museums offers family fun with enriching learning opportunities throughout the summer.

Two children watching a flint knapper making stone tools

UA Moundville Archaeological Park Set for Annual Knap-In

The UA Moundville Archaeological Park will host its annual Knap-In March 1-2.

The crab fossil

UA Paleontologist Discovers Rare Soft Tissue in Fossil

Dr. Adiel Klompmaker discovered rarely seen soft tissue in a fossil of a crab that lived 75 million years ago.

the stair case and rotunda on the main floor of the library

Angelo Bruno Business Library Receives National Recognition

The library’s recent transformation earned it recognition from a leading, prestigious industry publication.

The front exterior of the Gorgas House Museum

Weeklong Haunting at the Museum’s Spooky Activities Return

The Gorgas House Museum will be providing free haunted tours and spooky stories.

A group of dancers performing a Native American dance

Moundville Hosts 35th Annual Native American Festival

UA Moundville Archaeological Park will host the 35th annual Moundville Native American Festival Oct. 4-7.

September Events: Fall Back into Autumn 

September Events: Fall Back into Autumn 

Take a glimpse at this preview of community and campus events throughout September to see all Tuscaloosa has going on!

The front exterior of McLure Library

Building Bama: McLure Library

A transformational renovation will better serve the College of Education, School of Library and Information Sciences and campus.

gorgas house

History Students Mashup Past and Future for Slow Art Day

Dr. Sharony Green’s students are bringing a global art event to campus.

A graduate student shows a child a globe during a previous Family Night at the Museum event

Family Night at the Museum Travels Around the World

The Alabama Museum of Natural History and University of Alabama Graduate School are partnering to present Family Night at the Museum March 4.