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 the community we see today.
Now through February.
Tuesday – Saturday from 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Street Address: 1901 Jack Warner Parkway, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
Check out our Directions page for parking info and a map.
From Birmingham: Take Interstate 20/59 S to AL-69 N/Lurleen Wallace Blvd. N. Turn right onto University Blvd. Turn left onto Greensboro Ave. (first cross street). Turn right onto Jack Warner Parkway. Turn right onto Queen City Ave. The museum is on your right.
From Montgomery: Take Hwy 82 W to Tuscaloosa. Exit right onto Jack Warner Parkway. Turn right onto Queen City Ave. The museum is on your right.
There is ample, free parking on the museum grounds.
The Tuscaloosa Trolley’s Holt Route runs from the city parking deck in downtown Tuscaloosa to the Tuscaloosa Public Library, which is just across Queen City Ave. from the transportation museum.