- TripBuzz found 41 things to do with kids in or near Montgomery, Alabama, including 16 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Prattville and Wetumpka.
- From Riverwalk Stadium to Montgomery Zoo, the Montgomery area offers 33 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Theaters, Specialty Museums and Parks.
- Located on the Alabama River is Alabama's capital city of Montgomery. A thriving business, residential and tourism community, it's landscape is diverse. Recreational opportunities include fishing and boating along the river, historical museums, theatres and over 1,600 acres of natural parkland featuring live art showcases and theatre plays throughout the year.
Fitzgerald Museum 919 Felder Avenue, Montgomery, AL MoreLess Info
From the merchant: The world’s only museum dedicated to writer F. Scott Fitzgerald and Jazz Age icon, his artistic wife, Zelda Sayre.
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251 Montgomery Street, Montgomery, AL 36104 MoreLess Info
Located on the spot where Rosa Sparks started the civil rights movement, the Rosa Parks Library & Museum honors her memory with exhibits dating from those times, including official documents, and even a public bus replica of the one where she was arrested.
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919 Felder Ave., Montgomery, AL MoreLess Info
Exhibiting a collection of photographs, letters, sample of manuscripts, and other memorabilia, the F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum is the only remaining house in Montgomery where the celebrated novelist lived with his wife.
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624 Washington Ave, Montgomery, AL 36130 MoreLess Info
Created in 1901, the Alabama Department of Archives & History is the first state department of archives and history in the United States. In addition to a large research library, the building contains more than 500,000 museum artifacts.
On May 20, 1961, 21 young people stepped off a bus at the Greyhound Station and changed the course of American history forever with their nonviolent protest. Visitors can view the outside informational kiosks, hear gallery talks, and see special displays at the converted Greyhound Station, now Freedom Rides Mus…
Winton Blount served as United States Postmaster General from 1969 to 19. In 1985, Blount donated $21.5 million dollars, the largest private donation to American theatre at that time, to build the Museum of Fine Arts and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Wynton M. Blount Cultural Park.
Built in 1847, the Alabama State Capitol is the first confederate capitol in the country. It shows a façade designed in the Greek revival style and it is 350 feet wide and 119 feet tall. It is included in the National Register of Historic Places.