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Once the staff at the Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum opened up the crates for the upcoming exhibit, “After Promontory: 150 Years of Transcontinental Railroading”, they inspected the items inside for their Condition Report. This NEW exhibit will open on May 23rd! #TuscaloosaAlabama #Tuscaloosa #RailroadPhotography
Happy #WorldBeeDay ! 🐝 The honey bees at the Alabama Museum of Natural History are hard at work! Did you know that in the summer, honey bee workers fan the air inside the hive with their wings to keep the Queen and brood from overheating? You can see (and hear) them and this buzzworthy exhibit when you visit the Museum! #Tuscaloosa #HoneyBee #UniversityOfAlabama
Today marks the 80th anniversary of the public opening of the Queen City Park Swimming Pool and Bath House! The property houses the Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum - #Tuscaloosa ’s local history #museum and part of UA Museums. This footage is from the “Swimming Together” exhibit, which discussed the original history of the building and public swimming pools.
This Saturday, from 11 am until 2 pm, Bill Skinner will be doing a tools and weapons demonstration at Moundville Archaeological Park! He’ll talk about atlatls, bows and arrows, and ancient toolmaking traditions, such as flintknapping! 🔗 Registration Link in Bio. #Moundville #Tuscaloosa #TuscaloosaAlabama
The Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum is housed in the historic Queen City Bath House. The building has been on the National Register of Historic Places since September 1992. Today, the plaque was installed to signify the importance of this historic building to our community. This year, the building turns 80! #TuscaloosaAlabama #UAMuseums #Museum