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Grades 3-5 are invited to the Alabama Museum of Natural History to discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely at animal skulls, beaks, and furs. Visitors will work together to figure out how animals live and survive in the wild.
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Admission for this Museum Monday program is $5 per child (this price includes up to two caregivers).
The museum is located in Smith Hall on the University of Alabama campus. The street address is 427 Sixth Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487.
There are five dedicated visitor parking spaces in the lot behind Smith Hall that can be accessed from Hackberry Drive. Upon arrival, once you pay for admission, you will receive a parking pass receipt that will entitle you to free parking in our museum visitor parking spaces. In addition, there is a parking deck located at Campus Drive and Hackberry Lane. The cost for visitor parking in the deck is $1 for the first hour and $2 for each additional hour. To reach the parking deck, take Hackberry Lane to Campus Drive East, and the parking deck is on the right.
For questions, contact Joyia Davis at email@example.com or 205-348-6383.
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