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St. John's Episcopal Church

Gothic-style church, designed by Wills & Dudley of New York, built in 1855

Montgomery, AL Historic Churches

Old Alabama Town

Authentically restored 19th- and early 20th-century buildings stretching along 6 blocks in historic downtown Montgomery. Each building creates its own distinctive image of living and working in Alabama'

Montgomery, AL Historic Downtowns

Alabama Department of Archives & History

Alabama marble building. Oldest state-funded archives in U.S. Research government, private historical records and family genealogy. Alabama Indian, 19th-century, military and Civil Rights exhibits. For children: Grandma'

Montgomery, AL Archives

Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson State Historic Site

Costumed tours by appt. for groups. State historic site, 1700s French fort reconstruction. 165

Montgomery, AL Historic Sites

Alabama Shakespeare Festival

Leading attraction in Montgomery. 6th largest Shakespeare theater in the world, with more than 200,000

Montgomery, AL Theatres


Faulkner University Dinner Theatre

Montgomery's only continuously running dinner theatre. Musicals, comedies and dramas for the whole family. Banquet-style dining in newly renovated and enlarged M.B. "Pop"

Montgomery, AL Theatres


Lagoon Park Golf Course

Course Access: Public Holes: 18 Reserve Advance Tee Times: 2 days 36109

Montgomery, AL Golf Courses


Governor's Mansion

This stately 1907 mansion is set amidst beautifully landscaped grounds. Since 1951, Alabama governors and families have lived in 17

Montgomery, AL Mansions


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