The Archaeology Museum showcases artifacts from the Gulf Coast and covers over 12,000 years of prehistory and history. Artifacts are contextualized using a series of life-size scenic representations depicting archaeologists at work and glimpses into the ways of life of ancient Woodland cultures, mound-building Mississippian peoples, early French settlers, and an African American family after the Civil War.
Please visit the USA Archaeology Museum's website for current hours.
General visits are self-guided and free of charge. Group tours are available upon request for groups of 10 or more individuals; admission is $5 per person. For field trip information, please visit the "School Tours/Programs" section of our website.
The Museum does not provide appraisals or other information regarding art, artifacts, or fossils brought in by the general public.
USA Faculty: If you'd like to schedule a visit to the Museum with one of your classes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with at least two possible dates you'd like to visit. Class visits must be arranged in advance.