Exhibit panels in the corner of the Long Barrack with copy on Archaeology at the Alamo

The Alamo Archaeology exhibit is now open inside the historic Long Barrack.

Visitors will get an in-depth look into an excavation unit in one of the oldest buildings in Texas, learn about some of the discoveries made during archaeological investigations, and the history of how the Long Barrack has been used since 1724. This is the third exhibit added to The Alamo grounds in the last 11 months, joining the outdoor Palisade and 18-Pounder Losoya House exhibits as major additions to the visitor experience. The Alamo Archaeology exhibit is free for visitors, does not require a timed-entry ticket, and is open during normal operating hours.

Top view of archaeology exhibit in the Long Barrack