Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce Convention & Visitor Bureau

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Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce Convention & Visitor Bureau


Why Choose Our Destination?

Welcome to the Capital City of the American South. From the Civil War to Civil Rights and new visions for tomorrow, Montgomery is steeped in history, tested by rebellion and always courageous and changing. Experience our many attractions, museums and historical sites. Walk in the footsteps of the many heroes who shaped our nation and brought it forward, to today. From the courage of Rosa Parks to the steadfast dream of Martin Luther King, Jr. from the grace and beauty of the arts to the heart of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Montgomery is more than you imagined.

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Distance from airport

  • Montgomery Regional Airport

    14.48 km from city center


Local Attractions

Historic Union Station, Montgomery's Visitor Center

Historical landmark
1 block away
Every visit to Montgomery starts at this splendidly preserved train station, where tourists can enjoy a quick video highlighting things to see and do in Montgomery, and pick up brochures and other information. Visit Montgomery's official unique gift shop "The Stop" for memorable souvenirs of unique Alabama products. Hop aboard the Lightening Route Trolley for a tour of downtown or rent an MP3 player and follow the path of history with the Civil Rights audio tour.
300 Water Street
Montgomery, AL, US 36104

Civil Rights Memorial & Center

Historical landmark
2 minutes away
Water flows over a table inscribed with the names of those who died during the modern Civil Rights Movement. The wall behind the table is inscribed with excerpts from the Book of Amos quoted in the historical speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Civil Rights Memorial Center expands the experience of the Memorial that honors the memory of those who lost their lives during the Civil Rights Movement. In addition to exhibits and information about Movement martyrs, the Civil Rights Memorial Center houses a 56-seat theater, a classrooom for educational activities, a section dedicated to contemporary social justice issues and the Wall of Tolerance.
400 Washington Avenue
Montgomery, AL, US 36104

Alabama State Capitol

Historical landmark
2 minutes away
Tour one of the most historic state capitol buildings in the world! Stand on the spot where Jefferson Davis was inaugurated as President of the Confederacy. This is the exact same location where the Selma-to-Montgomery March ended and Civil Rights were born.
600 Dexter Avenue
Montgomery, AL, US 36104

Riverboat Harriott II

1 minute away
Take a ride on Montgomery's newest attraction, the Harriott II and enjoy a relaxing, scenic cruise along the Alabama River.
200 Coosa Street
Montgomery, AL, US 36104

Alabama Shakespeare Festival

10 mi. away
This internationally acclaimed theatre is one of the top ten largest Shakespeare Theaters in the world, presenting world-class contemporary and classic productions and educational programs throughout the entire year.
One Festive Drive
Montgomery, AL, US 36116

Old Alabama Town

Historical landmark
2 minutes away
Visit over forty restored Alabama structures depicting life in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Structures include Lucas Tavern, Grange Hall, a doctor's office, a schoolhouse, a drugstore museum, a cotton gin, the corner grocery and several beautiful homes from the era.
301 Columbus Street
Montgomery, AL, US 36104

Rosa Parks Library and Museum & Children's Annex

1 minute away
The museum is a major landmark in the revitalization of downtown Montgomery. The museum is located on the site of the old Empire Theatre where Mrs. Parks began her courageous and historic stand in 1955. The museum features a recreated street scene and replica of the bus, while video footage transports visitors to the fateful day. Additional exhibits lead visitors on an emotional journey through the days of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, which became the first step on the often difficult path to Civil Rights in America.
252 Montgomery Street
Montgomery, AL, US 36104

Montgomery Zoo

6 mi. away
Expect the unexpected as you visit five continents alive with lush vegetation, crashing waterfalls and over 600 animals in the spacious 40-acre zoo. Enjoy a meal at the Overlook Cafe, visit the gift shop or take a fun train ride around the park.
2301 Coliseum Boulevard
Montgomery, AL, US


Additional Information

The Montgomery Area Convention and Visitor Bureau works diligently behind the scenes to make sure your meeting is successful and leaves a lasting impression on your meeting delegates. Our staff can help you with your pre-convention planning, all your registration needs and lodging requests. Montgomery offers many unique meeting or reception venues including the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, the Montgomery Zoo or Mann Wildlife Museum and any of the RSA facilities. A relationship between you and the CVB insures a successful meeting.


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