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  • 1 Alabama Department of Archives and History Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    624 Washington Ave. USA - Montgomery, AL 36130

    Three floors of research and exhibit space here hold an eclectic collection of Alabama artifacts, ranging from prehistoric pottery shards to Civil War paraphernalia to Hank Williams' guitar.

  • 2 Alabama State Capitol Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Bainbridge St. at Dexter Ave. USA - Montgomery, AL 36130

    A stunning Greek Revival building, Alabama's National Historic Landmark capitol was rebuilt in 1850-51 after a previous capitol on the site burned in 1847. Interior highlights include the restored c.1880s trompe l'oeil paneling in the original Suprem..

  • 3 First White House of the Confederacy Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    644 Washington Ave. USA - Montgomery, AL 36104

    Jefferson Davis (1808-89), President of the Confederate States of America, used this 1835 wood-frame, Italianate house as his executive mansion during Montgomery's three-month reign (February-May 1861) as the CSA's capital. With well-preserved period..

  • 4 Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church Interesting

    Religious buildings

    454 Dexter Ave. USA - Montgomery, AL 36104

    The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was pastor here in 1955, when he and other civil rights leaders launched the 381-day Montgomery bus boycott in support of Rosa Parks' heroic refusal to yield her seat to a white man. The 1889 brick church feat..

  • 5 Fitzgerald Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    919 Felder Ave. USA - Montgomery, AL 36106

    Fans of The Great Gatsby find poignant memorabilia and an informative videotape in the former home of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. The couple shared this bungalow-style house-where Fitzgerald penned Tender Is the Night-from 1930 to 1934.

  • 6 Civil Rights Memorial Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    400 Washington Ave USA - Montgomery, AL 36104

    Water flows ceaselessly over the names of 40 civil rights martyrs engraved on the smooth granite top of this round, table-like monument. The last entry, dated April 4, 1968, is the name of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Designed by Maya Lin (famous for t..

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