Montgomery Things to Do

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  • 1. Riverwalk Stadium

    In Montgomery, you can find Riverwalk Stadium, home of the Montgomery Biscuits, the AA Minor League (roughly equivalent to a European 3rd League) affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. We thought it would...

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  • 2. Alabama State Capitol Building

    The Alabama State Capitol, listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the First Confederate Capitol, is the state capitol building for Alabama. It is...

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  • 3. Walking around Montgomery

    Gorgeous, well maintained fountain in the court square historic district. Although I was born and raised in Montgomery, I never knew the history of this...

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  • 4. Court Square Fountain in Historic District

    The Court Square Historic District is a 17.6-acre (7.1 ha) historic district in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. Centered on the Court Square Fountain, the...

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  • 5. Montgomery Alabama Visitors Center

    I highly recommend everyone and anyone visiting Montgomery Alabama to start their day at the Visitor Center at the OLD UNION TRAIN STATION on the riverfront. If...

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  • 6. River City Church

    Walking tour of Montgomery Alabama with My husband Tony Vanoy on Saturday January 12th, 2013 ...We were walking up Dexter Avenue from the town center fountain...

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  • 7. Supreme Court and State Law Library

    Tony and I was walking around downtown Montgomery, Alabama and this lovely building is located on Dester Avenue (one of the main drags through town). It is...

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  • 8. Hank Williams Sr., Gravesite

    Tony and I went to Oak Wood Cemetery in Montgomery Alabama while visiting on Saturday, January 12th. It was such a lovely day, sunny and 78 degrees in January....

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  • 9. Dexter Avenue King Memorial Church

    January 12, 2013, Tony and I was visiting in Montgomery Alabama and who can go to the State Capitol without stopping by one the most historical famous sites in...

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  • 10. Dexter Parsonage Museum

    January 12, 2013, Tony and I visited Montgomery Alabama checking out all the historical sites and enjoying the city. It was a really nice warm and comfortable...

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  • 11. First White House of the Confederacy

    January 12, 2013, Tony and I enjoyed a walking tour of Montgomery, Alabama. We parked at the Visitors Center down by the river at the Union Station Buidling...

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  • 12. Old Alabama Town

    January 12, 2013, Tony and I did a self guided walking tour of Montgomery, Al. We had a great day. The weather was warm and lovely. We happened upon this 6...

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  • 13. Dexter Avenue Baptist Church

    The Dexter Avenue Baptist Church was organized in 1877 and the present building was built in 1885. It was the second Baptist Church in Montgomery. What really...

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  • 14. Dexter Avenue United Methodist Church

    This beautiful church was completed in 1896 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has long been an important part of all aspects of life...

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  • 15. The Winter Building

    The Winters Building was built in 1841 to house the Montgomery Branch of the Bank of St. Mary’s. It was from the telegraph office in this building that the...

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  • 16. Governor Jones House

    This house was built in 1855 and was the home of former Alabama Governor Thomas Goode Jones who served from 1890 to 1894. He was a noted jurist as was his son....

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  • 17. The John Dowe Houses

    There are three houses associated with businessman John Dowe in the old part of town by the downtown area. These houses represent the style of houses popular...

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  • 18. Court Square

    Court Square was historically the center of the business life of Montgomery. The best hotels and businesses were all nearby and the state capitol building was a...

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  • 19. Lucas' Tavern

    To me though, the most interesting building around Old Town Alabama was the Lucas’ Tavern. This hotel was built prior to 1818 and in 1821 came into possession...

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  • 20. Ordeman-Shaw House

    The Ordeman-Shaw House was built by architect Charles Ordeman in 1853 using the very popular Italianate style of architecture. Ordeman designed the house as a...

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  • 21. Old Alabama Town

    Old Town Alabama is six blocks of authentic 19th and early 20th Century buildings set up like a small village. There are also people on hand in period costumes...

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  • 22. First Whitehouse of the Confederacy

    Located near the state capitol building is the First Whitehouse of the Confederacy. This was the official residence of President Jefferson Davis, President of...

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  • 23. Rosa Parks Museum

    This museum falls under Troy State University and preserves information and artifacts about Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott that began on 1 December...

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  • 24. Civil Rights Memorial

    The Civil Rights Memorial in Montgomery pays tribute to those who fought, and in some cases died, for the cause of equality amongst all citizens of the United...

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  • 25. Other Government Buildings

    There are quite a few other government buildings near the capitol building that are of historical and/or architectural interest. They make good photo ops. The...

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