River Heritage


Rave Motion Pictures is located in the Festival Plaza Shopping Center on the corner of Taylor and Vaughn Rd. Please call 334-244-1300 for a complete list of movies and show times or visit thier website.
The latest addition to the Montgomery Riverfront is the Riverfront Amphitheatre, a sprawling grassy area on the banks of the Alabama River facing a majestic stage. The Amphitheatre is perfect for picnics, concerts, movies, plays, productions and more.
Take in an exciting game of "AA" baseball at the official home for the Montgomery Biscuits, the city's brand new baseball team. Enjoy a drink at the stadium's Club Car Bar or bring a picnic and blanket and view the game from the stadium's picnic area.
Admission: $25.00- half hour $35.00- one hour Per person! Ages 6+ ride alone/2-5 ride with an adult
The store offers nearly 140,000 square feet of outdoor excitement including the area's largest selection of quality gear for fishing, hunting, camping, boating and marine.
A long-established business, this shop occupies an old house and an adjacent building in the Cottage Hill Historic District. It stocks a large supply of 17th, 18th and 19th-century English and French furniture and accessories, including period pieces, tapestries, statuary and garden items.
You can buy fresh produce, flowers and home prepared packaged foods.
Located in the Old Cloverdale District, Marcia Weber buys & sells rare and unusual one-of-a-kind art created by self-taught artists. Hours vary, call for an appt.
Retreat into our relaxing community of small, individually owned businesses. Explore retail, professional and service providers along with fine eateries all in one compact area. Spend your day with us discovering all that the Mulberry District has to offer.
Part of Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Grand National offers 36 holes of championship golf and a 18 hole short course. The two championship courses were voted the 2nd and 4th best new golf courses in America by Golf Digest in 1993.
Lagoon Park Tennis Complex offers sixteen courts complete with a snack bar, pro shop and stadium.
This shop has specialized in antique and estate jewelry for over 30 years and is one of the largest in the city. The owners travel to more then 19 states to purchase unique one of a kind jewelry.
A place where visitors can view civil rights exhibits and African American cultural exhibits in addition to hearing scholarly lectures and stories from those who were foot soldiers in the movement.
Nicole Maleine Antiques, Inc is a direct importer of fine French Antiques and Accessories since 1985.
The State Farmer's Market offers fresh produce, flowers and home prepared packaged goods from local Alabama farmers. Support Alabama Farmers and Buy Local!
An antique shop which features wedding gifts and also offers English and French antique furniture and accessories and new and old paintings. New shipments from frequent buying trips abroad arrive often.
The Montgomery Curb Market located downtown offers fresh produce, flowers and home prepared packaged goods from local farmers. Join us each Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday and support local farmers.
The Capri Theatre was built in 1941 as The Clover and was Montgomery's first neighborhood theatre. It was remodeled and renamed The Capri in 1963. Today it shows independent films and award-winning classics.