Museums From Your Home

The University of Alabama Museums has online content available about various subjects and fields of study for you to enjoy!

Archived Live Streams

Click on the links below to watch the archived live streams.

Don’t have a Facebook account? No Problem!

All of our Facebook Live Streams will be uploaded to the UA Museums YouTube Channel and added to a Museums From Your Home playlist. Make sure to subscribe to the channel so you never miss out on a new video!

Additional Educational Content:

In addition to the introduction of Facebook live streaming, UA Museums will be creating short video and social media content. This will include museum staff recording “Isolation Observations” of the nature they encounter in their own backyards and neighborhoods during Quarantine. Lindsey Gordon, Education Outreach Coordinator at Moundville Archaeological Park, will be sharing information about Moundville Archaeological Park in a series called #MoundvilleMondays. The Gorgas House Museum has also started a “Gorgas House Artifact Series”, which will be a series of social media posts sharing facts about artifacts that can be found inside The Gorgas House Museum.

UA Museums has other educational material for viewing and activity at home! Emmy-winning television program, Discovering Alabama, has free educational resources online including full episodes and Teacher Guides. The Alabama Museum of Natural History has a Teacher’s Corner, which offers educational materials about Fossils, Watersheds, Rocks and Minerals, and Soil. Moundville Archaeological Park has a variety of material on Archaeology!

You can also download our free UA Museums #ColorOurCollections coloring book!

The Gorgas House Museum writes a blog about museums and exhibits and also provides the public a virtual tour of the home.