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Haunting at the Alabama Museum of Natural History

Haunting at the Alabama Museum of Natural History

Oct 25th 2021 - Oct 29th 202110 AM - 4:30 PM

For this year's Haunting at the Museum, visit the Alabama Museum of Natural History to see 25 grave stones indicating extinct mussels from Alabama, including their description and extinction dates. The museum will also provide take-home activities and free posters of extinct mussel species.

 

General admission is $2.00, but if you show up in your Halloween costume, you'll get in for free!

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    Haunting at the Alabama Museum of Natural History

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    Alabama Museum of Natural History
    • 427 6th Ave., Smith Hall, UA Campus
    • Tuscaloosa, AL 35404

    Directions

    From Birmingham: Take Interstate 20/59 S to Tuscaloosa exit 73, McFarland Blvd. Head West on McFarland Blvd toward the University of Alabama. Exit right onto University Blvd. Follow University Blvd to Hackberry Lane. Make a right onto Hackberry Lane and turn into the second parking lot on your left behind Smith Hall (yellow brick building). From Montgomery: Take Hwy 82 W to Tuscaloosa. Exit right onto University Blvd. Follow University Blvd to Hackberry Lane. Make a right onto Hackberry Lane and turn into the second parking lot on your left behind Smith Hall (yellow brick building).

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    Tuscaloosa is located in the Birmingham & Tuscaloosa Area of the Central Alabama Region

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