Come discover over 12,000 years of Gulf Coast history and prehistory at the University of South Alabama Archaeology Museum! Exhibits showcase artifacts from ancient Woodland cultures, mound-building Mississippian peoples, early French settlers, and archaeologists at work.
If you’ve a fascination for history – especially if you’re interested in how it’s studied and collected in the field, you’ll really “dig” the University of South Alabama Archaeology Museum.
Many of the museum’s exhibits feature life-sized representations of how and where archaeologists work. You’ll also see the exciting local discoveries they’ve made. Exhibits reach as far back as 1000 BC to Alabama’s Woodland culture, and as far forward as post-Civil War Mobile.
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