SITE ADMISSION

REQUIRED FOR ALL ACTIVITIES (BEACH ACCESS, FISHING, FORT TOURS, BIRDING, ETC.) WE ARE A DOG FRIENDLY SITE.

 

ACCEPTING VISA, MASTERCARD AND DISCOVER

 

* ADULT $7

* SENIOR OVER 65  $5

* STUDENT OVER 12 $5

* CHILD 6-12 $4

* UNDER 6 FREE

EVENT PRICES VARY

* WEDDING $750

* AFTER HOURS $500

(Events may be canceled due to weather.  Check for updates on our Facebook)

WE ARE A BLUE STAR MUSEM PARTICIPANT

Staff Directory

Director

Heather Tassin

251-540-5257

Cultural Resources Spec.

Dylan Tucker

251-540-7202

Gift Shop Manager

Jan Dillon

251-540-7127

Social Media Coordinator

Wendy Hyatt

251-540-5257

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GUIDED TOURS

TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS

MARCH APRIL AND MAY 2018

10:00 AM ONLY 

(TOUR IS APPROXIMATELY 45 MINUTES AND  IS WEATHER PERMITTING) 


 

Fort Morgan State Historic Site Events 2018 


March, April, May       10:00am Only Tuesday and Thursday Only "Guided Tour and Small Arms
Demonstration”

April 7, 2018                Volunteer Now for Park Day: register at DylanTucker@fort-morgan.org
April 17-21 2018         Coastal Bird Banding in April https://birminghamaudubon.org/birdbanding/
                                            o Tuesday, April 17th, noon to 3 p.m.
                                            o Wednesday, April 18th, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
                                            o Thursday, April 19th, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
                                            o Friday, April 20th, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
                                            o Saturday, April 21st, 8 a.m. to noon

May 26, 2018                 Living History Memorial Day Tribute : Living History staff will be dressed in
uniforms from various periods of Fort Morgan’s occupation. Demonstrations will interpret and remember
the lives of those who served at Fort Morgan.

June 5, 12, 19, 26        6pm to 7pm Tuesday Evening Living History Tour: $10 per person Historical
Interpreters portray soldiers that occupied this fort from various periods and tell about the lives of
the soldiers during the Fort's most active years. Demonstrations of small arms drills will occur
throughout the evening as well as the firing of one of the fort's artillery pieces at the conclusion of
the tour.

July 2, 2018                   10am to 12am The 151st Army Detachment Band Will Perform Inside the Fort

July 3,2018                     9am-3pm WWI Living History Event : A photo gallery will be on display in
the fort depicting the WWI era of occupation. Living History representatives will be dressed in
period clothing depicting soldier, medical, and family life.

July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31     6pm-7pm Tuesday Evening Living History Tour: $10 per personHistorical
Interpreters portray soldiers that occupied this fort from various periods and tell about the lives of
the soldiers during the Fort's most active years. Demonstrations of small arms drills will occur
throughout the evening as well as the firing of one of the fort's artillery pieces at the conclusion of
the tour.

August 4, 2018             9am-3pm Commemoration of the Battle of Mobile Bay Event : A one day
living history event commemorating the events that happened at Mobile Bay August 5-23, 1864.
The fort will come to life with drills and demonstrations of artillery by historical interpreters.

October 17 and 20     6-7 pm "Who Haunts the Fort" : A guided tour by a historical interpreter of
the known deaths and burials at Mobile point from 1813-1910. Bring your own flashlights. Known
Deaths and Burials at Mobile Point Event Fee $12 per person. Limited to 100 people, Museum
and Gift shop are closed for this event.

November 12, 2018     2:00pm Lecture inside the Fort about Fort Morgan's Military Role in WWI