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The Moundville Archaeological Park aims to preserve the history of local Native American cultures through a walking trail, museum and living history village. The site is located along the southern bank of the Black Warrior River in the town of Moundville, the location of the largest city in ancient North America. The park's Indian Village has a number of homes depicting various daily activities of the society while the museum holds a number of artifacts drawn from the site itself.


Lorene Perkins

Thursday, March 15, 2018
The museum and grounds are interesting and well kept. All of the people I met who worked there were courteous and helpful. Beware of the fire ants though! Fire ant mounds are EVERYWHERE!

Lauren Schramm

Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
This is such a cool place! Such rich and interesting history. There is a really cool boardwalk and geocahces. The museum may be a little cultural inaccurate but still very interesting. We were the only people there the day we went.

kim price

Sunday, March 25, 2018
A little eerie, very cool place if you love history you'll love it

James Garrard

Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017
This place has a nice museum and is a great place to go for any archeology or Native American prehistory enthusiast.

Shannon Johnson

Thursday, April 12, 2018
There isn't much to it, but for what it is, it's awesome. I'm a citizen of Moundville so i get in free on most days, so I don't really have any information on admission.

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