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This was our first visit to Alabama and Montgomery. We came to see the new museums relating to lynchings. The lady in the Montgomery Visitors Center was very nice and helpful giving us oral and printed information not only on the sites we came to...More
We were very happy that we stopped here first thing in the morning. You can get a free parking pass for the capitol area. They have restrooms, a small gift shop, lots of information, and a short movie. The building is beautiful and they were...More
this is the place to stop first.
historical building with some basic historical info and plenty of tourist info.
parking in front. Easy to find if you google location first. Riverfront park where slaves were brought in and cotton was shipped out is located 2...More
Once you get to the riverfront, you have to look hard to find the Visitors Center - it's the refurbished RR Station, but there's not a sign out front to guide you there easily. The woman at the desk was very helpful, and the short...More
We love starting a new towns journey from the visitor centers. This town is no exception. They gave us a map, told us the must do items and even offered suggestions for dinner. The center itself is full of historical information and they have a...More
The staff here are super friendly and accommodating... full of suggestions with maps available! There’s a cool original trolley in the back as well! So much history—don’t miss the short video on Montgomery’s history!
The staff were very friendly and helpful, providing us with maps and information. The building itself, which was once a railway station is well worth visiting just for its architecture. It is near the waterfront and where slaves were landed, before being marched up the...More