This powerful memorial is dedicated to the victims of racial injustice and lynching in the United States. It offers a somber and educational experience.
Located near the Peace and Justice Memorial, the Legacy Museum explores the history of slavery, segregation, and racial discrimination in the United States.
This museum features an impressive collection of American art, Southern art, and decorative arts. It's a great place to appreciate both historical and contemporary art.
Visit the historic Alabama State Capitol building, where significant events in civil rights history occurred, including the Selma to Montgomery marches.
This church was the pastorate of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the Montgomery Bus Boycott. You can take guided tours to learn more about its history.
Located on the site where Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her bus seat, this museum tells the story of the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the civil rights movement.
A family-friendly attraction with a variety of animals, including tigers, giraffes, and kangaroos. It's an excellent place for a day out with kids.
Enjoy world-class theatrical performances at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, known for its outstanding productions and beautiful facilities.
Step back in time as you explore this historic village with preserved 19th and early 20th-century buildings. It offers a glimpse into Alabama's past.
Catch a minor league baseball game at Riverwalk Stadium, home to the Montgomery Biscuits. It's a fun way to spend an evening with friends or family.