WW I & WW II photo gallery on display July 2 at Ft. Morgan
Detachment from 151st Army Band will play at 10 a.m.
Fort Morgan Historic Site will present a picture exhibit depicting life at the fort during World War I and World War II on July 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Living history re-enactors dressed in period clothing will be stationed throughout the fort to answer questions and provide additional information.
Bring a lawn chair and sit where the citadel once stood to enjoy the sounds of the detachment from the 151st Army Band playing a variety of patriotic and popular songs at 10 a.m.
The array of photos at the exhibit depict domestic life, recreation, military training, medical and cavalry at the Fort during WWI. The galleries will be stationed inside the fort.
Fort Morgan is located at the western end of Hwy 180, 22 miles west of Hwy 59 in Gulf Shores. Regular park admission will be charged (Adults – $7, Students & Seniors (65+) – $5, Children (ages 6-12) – $4).
For more information, call 251-540-7665 or visit fort-morgan.org.
Pictured: Living History interpretors at past Ft. Morgan events.