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Moundville Archaeological Park

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634 Mound Park, Moundville, AL 35474


Moundville Archaeological Park. The site was occupied from 1000 AD to 1450 AD. by Native Americans. The site is administered by the University of Alabama Museums and is one of the best Archaeological sites in the country. The Jones Museum features many artifacts found on the grounds and host one of the most beautiful collections of Indian artifacts in the United States. Moundville Archaeological Park contains 32 mounds on 172 acres and great place to step back in time. Enjoy a bike ride on the loop or sit high upon a mound for awesome picnic.

Things To Do

Moundville Archaeological Park has many great opportunities: Ride Bike, Hike,Edward T. Douglass Nature Trail, Visit the Jones Museum, Grab a snack at the Cafe, Festivals, Primitive Camping - The Jones Museum is one of the best Museums in Alabama! View artifacts that were found at the Moundville Archaeological Park.  


Park grounds daily 9:00 a.m. to dusk. Jones Museum- daily 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.- There is a small admission fee for the park..

The Moundville Archaeological Park is one of the most unique experiences in Alabama. Visiting the park is so relaxing and peaceful. You can walk and hike around the indian mounds or ride your bike on the bike trail. You get an awesome experience by standing on the mounds overlooking park and mounds! Moundville Archaeological Park  is one of our tops picks for must experience destinations in Alabama.

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