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A City On The Move

The Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum (owned by the City of Tuscaloosa and operated by The University of Alabama Museums) is housed in the historic Queen City Pool House on Jack Warner Parkway and advances knowledge and appreciation of Tuscaloosa’s local and regional history.

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DISCOVER THE STORY OF TUSCALOOSA

HISTORY’S HIGHLIGHTS
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UA Museums’ Holiday Hours of Operation

Happy Holidays from The University of Alabama Museums! Depending on the museum, the holiday schedule may vary, so we’d like to help make it easier to know when they are closed and when they will be reopening. The Alabama Museum of Natural History The Alabama Museum of Natural History will be closed from December 22, 2023 to January 2, 2024 and will return to regular operating hours on January 3, 2024. The Gorgas House Museum The Gorgas House Museum will be closed from December 21, […]

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UA Museums’ Thanksgiving 2023 Hours of Operation

Happy Thanksgiving from The University of Alabama Museums!

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Holly Jolly Holiday Party

The Warner Transportation Museum is getting ready for the holiday season! Join us for the Holly Jolly Holiday Party Monday, December 18, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.  This free event is fun and family friendly. Enjoy visits with Father Christmas, live music by members of the Northridge High School band, a hybrid car display courtesy of Townsend Honda and Townsend Nissan, make a keepsake ornament, and enjoy lunch with La Mexicana food truck. Celebrate the holiday season with the […]

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The Modernization of Tuscaloosa’s Built Environment: The Architecture of Don Buel Schuyler

New Exhibit for Fall/Winter The Warner Transportation Museum is pleased to present the fall/winter exhibit showcasing the work of Don Buel Schuyler.  Schuyler designed and oversaw the construction of the Queen City Bath House where the museum is located.  Our exhibit, The Modernization of Tuscaloosa’s Built Environment: The Architecture of Don Buel Schuyler, highlights his career in Tuscaloosa from 1937 – 1964 and displays photos of his buildings that are still standing.  Schuyler’s vision for Tuscaloosa brought the city into the 20th century and shaped […]

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