River Heritage


In this National Historic Landmark see the modest pulpit where Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. first preached his message of hope and brotherhood. This church was also a center point of the Montgomery bus boycott.
The Troy University Rosa Parks Museum Children’s Wing provides a museum experience on the Montgomery Bus Boycott that is much more children focused, tailored specifically for their age and comprehensive abilities.
In the Old Cloverdale shopping area, this shop offers fine porcelain, silver, estate jewelry, art and accessories and antique and period furniture. Visit during regular store hours or call for an appt.
This outdoor entertainment center offers a wide variety of specialty shops and great local restaurants. Options include: Jalapeno's Restaurant, the Children's Shop, Steak & Wine, Chappy's Deli, City Grill & Next Door, Van Leez, Pickles & Ice Cream Maternity Clothing and much more!
M.Bagwell Art Gallery has gifts, home decor, and baby items from less than $5 to over $1,000. We have antiques, rugs, original art from local/regional artists, jewelry, and functional ceramic art from Montgomery's own, Mandy Bagwell.
Specializing in antique jewelry, this store has a comprehensive selection of authentic gold and platinum Victorian and Edwardian jewelry. Estates are purchased and consignments are welcomed. Please visit during regular store hours or call for an appt.
The Leon Loard Gallery represents only portrait artists who paint original portraits in oil. Visit the store or website to purchase your distinct piece today.
Lagoon Park is "family" friendly with picnic areas and playground equipment and a full concession/souvenir shop.
Responding to a wide-spread love of softball, Montgomery's Parks and Recreation Department has developed some of the finest softball facilities in the South.
Baseball has been very good to Montgomery! Nothing is more American than the Nation Pastime, and you will get grandslam results with evets held at Paterson Field, home of the NCAA Division II Baseball Championship.
Tour the home of one of America’s most important writers. F. Scott met Zelda while stationed in Montgomery during the First World War. After getting married they resided in the same home that houses the Museum today. Donations welcomed.
Jasmine Hill is a twenty acre southern garden with an ancient Greek theme including famous statuary reproductions, and a full scale reproduction of Greek Temple of Hera ruins from Olympia where the Olympic flame was started.
The Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Museum are located directly off Northern Bypass between Lower Wetumpka Road and Coliseum Boulevard.  The zoo encompasses over 40 acres, with over 600 animals, a large lake and miniature train.  The Mann Museum is a new, 28,000 square-foot building ho
Roller skating, jump shot, rock wall, glow golf, pool, and arcade games are just a few fun activities you can do in this fun factory for kids ages 5 to 100! Parties
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