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Gallery, located in the RSA Tower downtown, provides an ongoing showcase of the work of Alabama artists in all media.
Oldest state-funded archives in U.S. Historical records and family genealogy. Alabama history museum exhibits.
Home of Alabama's appellate courts, Supreme Court Library, Administrative Office of Courts. Learn about Alabama judicial system and building's architectural features.
A professional non-profit theatre producing wide range of theatrical experiences including Shakespeare, children's shows, world premieres and musicals. Group discounts and travel packages.
Experience more than 150 years of history, art, architecture. Restored chambers: Civil War-era appearance, majestic rotunda. Gift shop.
Shrine dedicated to Alabama veterans.
Explore the New Orleans-style alley that's home to some of Montgomery's unique restaurants, bars and shops.
Water flows over names of those killed during Civil Rights Movement. Wall with Book of Amos excerpt quoted in Martin Luther King, Jr. speech.
The Civil Rights Memorial Center allows visitors to deepen their understanding of the Movement, the sacrifices of that time and the challenges that lie ahead.
Former residence of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s family (1954-60). Interpretive Center chronicles history that led to Montgomery bus boycott and Civil Rights Movement.
Displays and exhibits from early ballooning days to present. Era uniforms, artifacts. Highlights: Memorial Plaza, AC-47 gunship, B-52 tail gun, B-17 ball turret.
Executive residence of President Jefferson Davis and family while capital of the Confederacy was in Montgomery. Italianate townhouse built between 1832 and 1835. Many original pieces and Davis artifacts.
Learn how young people using non-violent protest helped end segregated travel in the South. A historic building, exhibits, media, and artworks explore this compelling story.
Designed to create exhibition space conducive to the art experience, Gallery One offers a wide selection of original art with prices to accommodate every taste and budget.
Gateway Park Golf course features a state of the art clubhouse with beautiful scenic views of the course and surrounding park.
The best place for gifts made in and about Alabama. Located inside the Alabama Capitol at the Union Street entrance.
This stately 1907 mansion is set amidst beautifully landscaped grounds. Since 1951, Alabama governors and families have lived in 17-room house.
Stroll through this enchanting shop and immerse yourself in charm of the Old South. Located across the street from the Governor's Mansion.
Hampstead manages two urban farms, which are classrooms for youth and adult education programs focused on growing fruits and vegetables and eating healthy.
Suits, boots, hats, ties, awards, Hank's 1952 Cadillac, rare videos and more are the most complete collection of Williams memorabilia on display in 6,000 sq. ft. museum. Country music icon named 2010 Pulitzer Prize winner.
Life-sized bronze statue of country music legend who launched career in Montgomery and sung his way into hearts of millions. Across from City Auditorium where Hank's funeral was held Jan. 4, 1953.
Docked by the Riverwalk Amphitheater, the Harriott II hosts public and private cruises with food, drinks, music, entertainment, and fun along the scenic Alabama River.
1ï_-hour tour, tram ride with "live-narration" through Hyundai's only USA manufacturing plant. Gift shop. Min. age 6 with parent/guardian; 3rd grade & up with group. Adult supervisor required for every 10 children.
Ice skate year-round in climate-controlled enclosed rink inside Eastdale Mall, Alabama's only ice rink in a mall.
Built in 1853, purchased in 1943 by City Federation of Colored Women's Clubs. First library for African-Americans in 1948 and launching pad for Bus Boycott in 1956.