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Mystery Tour in Montgomery AL
"Montgomery Mystery Tours boarding location is downtown Montgomery Visitors Bureau which is at Union Station on 300 Waters Street. Each traveler receives a ready to frame painted ticket voucher. We begin all tours with a songs taught to us by the original FREEDOM RIDERS. We travel to several locations throughout the city stopping at va songs performed by Alabama Artists or written by famous Alabamians.  Recite Movie lines from films produced in Alabama or share a bit of history makes for great fun. We'll have group discussions based on truth and reconciliation about Americas histo Old Alabama Town is collection of over 40 authentically restored 19th and 20th century buildings located with in the downtown area.Located in downtown Montgomery the Museum of Alabama is the only destination where you can explore Alabama's past from prehistory to present.  We'll discover the land the first Alabama and 14000 years of Native American Culture. More than 800 artifacts
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Mystery Tour in Montgomery AL
"Montgomery Mystery Tours boarding location is downtown Montgomery Visitors Bureau which is at Union Station on 300 Waters Street. Each traveler receives a ready to frame painted ticket voucher. We begin all tours with a songs taught to us by the original FREEDOM RIDERS. We travel to several locations throughout the city stopping at va songs performed by Alabama Artists or written by famous Alabamians.  Recite Movie lines from films produced in Alabama or share a bit of history makes for great fun. We'll have group discussions based on truth and reconciliation about Americas histo Old Alabama Town is collection of over 40 authentically restored 19th and 20th century buildings located with in the downtown area.Located in downtown Montgomery the Museum of Alabama is the only destination where you can explore Alabama's past from prehistory to present.  We'll discover the land the first Alabama and 14000 years of Native American Culture. More than 800 artifacts
From $20.00
 
Mystery Tour in Montgomery AL
"Montgomery Mystery Tours boarding location is downtown Montgomery Visitors Bureau which is at Union Station on 300 Waters Street. Each traveler receives a ready to frame painted ticket voucher. We begin all tours with a songs taught to us by the original FREEDOM RIDERS. We travel to several locations throughout the city stopping at va songs performed by Alabama Artists or written by famous Alabamians.  Recite Movie lines from films produced in Alabama or share a bit of history makes for great fun. We'll have group discussions based on truth and reconciliation about Americas histo Old Alabama Town is collection of over 40 authentically restored 19th and 20th century buildings located with in the downtown area.Located in downtown Montgomery the Museum of Alabama is the only destination where you can explore Alabama's past from prehistory to present.  We'll discover the land the first Alabama and 14000 years of Native American Culture. More than 800 artifacts
From $20.00

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columbus museum

the columbus museum has permanent exhibits on american and regional art. the columbus museum also hosts traveling exhibitions and has interesting collections of decorative art and some civil war...
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Callaway Gardens

This is a huge (14,000 acres)and famed garden that many flock to during the summer season. We got in there before the crowds take over. Prices are $18 for all sites, and well worth it, and seniors...
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Plains Georgia-Jimmy Carter home

This is a small podunk place that claims fame to Jimmy Carter, our President of past. Only 300 people live nearby, and probably 30-40 in town. It used to have a plethera of tourists when Jimmy was in...
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Providence Canyon

Just past Lumpkin (a really dead town-as in devasted and run down-even the courthouse has been closed for a long time and being "renovated"??), off Hwy 27 to Hwy 39C, this remote wilderness park is...
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Andersonville Prison

This is a somber place to remember the tough times soldiers had-in this case Union while in prison. There were 40,000 sent here over a period of one year while the prison was open. They were moved...
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Chattahoochee River

This is a 430 miles river, and Columbus once was the mid section with vibrant trade down to the Gulf area. Now, due the dams blocking the flow, this once swift flowing river is a trickle. It is said...
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Historic District Homes

Most of the homes in the districts, of which there are 5-6 areas, and form 1830 era to early 1900's. Most are still in good shape and standards by the city keeps them this way. My view is most al are...
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National Civil War Naval Museum

This is for sure one of the most unique museums to behold. It has two main ships that were dredged up from waters and preserved, as well as many other smaller pieces of ships and artifacts. The stern...
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Downtown Old Buildings

The main strip of the old town section is 3-4 blocks and some side streets, but not many. The majority of the buildings are occupied by Columbus College, which has about 6500 students on campus...
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Fort Benning

This is a large tactical fort that has the vast infantry training that specializes in airplane parachute school, and now also will hold tank training coming from Fort Knox. It has about 50,000 troops,...
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National Infantry Museum

This is a very large complex that recently opened to the public. It has the first level of theme stages/pictorals of battles fought by infantry in all wars/skirmishes. The lower level has topical...
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National Infantry Museum

The National Infantry Museum on Ft. Benning houses a collection of infantry related artifacts and war trophies. This is a definate must see for any military history nut.Outside are various armored...
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national civil war naval museum

the national civil war naval museum is a very interesting museum for those interested in civil war history. the museum has on display a number of both u.s. and confederate ships as well as civil war...
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broadway ave.

broadway ave. runs through the heart of downtown columbus. broadway ave. is lined with restaurants, shops, and bars. broadway ave. is columbus' main night time entertainment area. a fun street to...
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