The Museum supports a variety of public and school programs to any age group. These programs include guided tours of Fort Tombecbe, the museum, Prairie Restoration Project at Lake LU and educational programs centered the natural and cultural history of our great region.
All of our programs are geared to meet the needs of any audience. In the past staff have spoken to K-12 groups, college classes, civic groups, campus visitors, national parks, partner institutions on many of the rich stories of the Black Belt.
**Due to COVID19 we are currently offering our programs via live video chat sessions upon request. To speak with our educator regarding how to schedule your group contact him via email, email@example.com.**
Black Belt Museum staff members provide programs that include an eighteenth-century French Marine at Fort Tombecbe, 1840s traveler and amateur Paleontologist Dr. Albert Koch, and an early nineteenth-century Choctaw woman to name a few.
Dressed in authentic clothing, staff members travel to historic sites, schools and civic organizations across the state to portray these characters and raise awareness of the unique history of the Black Belt of Alabama. The Museum staff has designed programs for fourth, fifth and tenth grade levels conforming to current State Core Standards for Alabama. All programs use local history to help teach a larger narrative of Alabama and American history.
To arrange a program or ask questions, contact the Black Belt Museum below.
UWA Station 45 Livingston, AL 35470