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Gorgas House


category : Historic Homes
Built 1829; oldest building on campus. Occupied by Gorgas family members 1879-1953. One of 4 buildings to survive Civil War. Now a house museum with 19th-century furnishings.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open Tu-F 10-4
Address: Univ. of AL, 810 Capstone Dr.

Phone: 205-348-5906
Fax: 205-348-9292
Our Website:museums.ua.edu

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