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Moundville Archaeological Park

Historic Site

This National Landmark Site contains 26+ large, pyramidal platform mounds in 320-acre park. Attractions include Mound B - Alabama's tallest earthen mound - as well as stunning artifacts in a recently renovated museum, nature trails, a campground, picnic areas and a rental facility, all nestled near the banks of the Black Warrior River.

The award winning Moundville Native American Festival, held each fall, is the park's most prestigious event. The festival celebrates the culture and heritage of Southeastern Indians, past and present.

Wheelchair Accessible

For more information visit:

Moundville Archaeological Park
634 Mound Pkwy.
Moundville, AL 35474
Hours of Operation
  • Museum open daily 9-5; park grounds open 8-dusk
  • $6-Students; $7-Seniors; $8-Adults; Free-Five and under
Accepted Payments
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • AAA
  • Senior

A mist blankets the site in the early morning

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