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A 300-acre outdoor adventure with canoeing, camping, fishing, hiking, biking and beach access on the beautiful Tallapoosa River. Canoe/tube rental, paintball and laser tag field.
Consistently ranked in top 50 public courses by Golf Digest, top 3 in Alabama by Golf South. Rated # 1 in Montgomery.
Shotgun sports facility with fully automatic sporting clays course, state-of-the-art five stand, wobble trap, skeet range.
One-of-a-kind, interactive, educational museum. Learn about Alabama's $2.5 billion beef cattle industry. Explore past, discover present, imagine future of the agriculture industry.
North American wildlife in realistic settings. Three-sided viewing offers an up-close and personal experience. Touch and feel a variety of displays.
Historically located Visitor Center is a must-stop for information on atrractions and events, maps, gits and more.
The Montgomery Biscuits (AA Affiliate, Tampa Bay Rays) play in award-winning Riverwalk Stadium, downtown Montgomery. World class fun, food, and baseball.
American paintings and sculptures, Southern regional art, Old Master prints, Studio Glass, and decorative arts. Home of ARTWORKS, an interactive gallery for children of all ages, a museum store and caf©.
40 acres. Habitats from five continents with naturalistic, barrier-free exhibits for 500+ animals. Overlook Cafe, gift shop, train rides. Rent a pedal boat and take a ride on the zoo's lake.
Two exihibits: "The Land of Alabama" and "The First Alabamians" galleries opened in 2011 as part of the 11,000 sq.-ft. gallery, now under development, called Alabama Voices.
National Center for the Study of Civil Rights & African American Culture at Alabama State UniversityMuseum
Center documents and preserves memorabilia of the Civil Rights era, local African-American history and history of Alabama State University.
Authentically restored 19th- and early 20th-century buildings in historic downtown Montgomery. Each building creates distinctive image of living and working in Alabama's past.
State-of-art museum depicting events that started the Bus Boycott and early Civil Rights Movement. Interactive, multi-media presentation. Take time machine ride through 1800s.
Scott and Zelda's home (1931-32). Museum located in bottom right apartment, although Fitzgeralds rented entire house. Only museum dedicated to either of them.
Two great gardening centers. 100-acre wooded gardens on Wetumpka Hwy. Rich beauty made area a mecca for gardening aficionados throughout Southeast. Special events at both sites.
Year-round training and competition in Olympic-style sports for persons with intellectual disabilities. 21 sports events, including athletics, aquatics, bowling, golf, sailing.
Gothic-style building (1855). Oldest Episcopal church in Montgomery. Many interesting memorials, including pew of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. served as pastor, and led the historic Montgomery Bus Boycott from this more than 130-year-old church.
Troy University has four Alabama campuses. The Montgomery campus is in historic downtown area and home to Rosa Parks Museum and Davis Theatre.
Restored 1930s fine arts center. Broadway shows to concerts. Across street from Rosa Parks Museum and Montgomery Bus Boycott site.
One of the major facilities of its kind in U.S. Images of sun, moon, planets, stars and other celestial objects projected on domed ceiling.