The West Alabama community is invited to meet historical figures from The University of Alabama’s past, learn a little about what life was like during their lifetime and make connections to the present during the second annual Living History Festival on April 23.
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The community is invited to experience some of the haunted legends that have been passed down through time during the annual “A Haunting at the Museum” at The University of Alabama.
The Gorgas House Museum is set to open a new exhibit next week. The exhibit is a reinterpretation of the post office that Amelia Gorgas ran out of the Gorgas House in the late 1890s and early 1900s.
The Alabama Museum of Natural History and the Gorgas House Museum hosts its first Living History Tour April 25. Through guided tours, visitors will learn from fascinating figures who have earned their spot in Alabama’s history, including the Gorgas family.
The University of Alabama’s Gorgas House Museum will display a new exhibit on the Gorgas family and their experiences during the Civil War beginning on April 3, the day before the 150th anniversary of the burning of UA’s campus by Union forces.