ALABAMA STATE CAPITOL
600 Dexter Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36131 Directions
Alabama State Capitol is a historic building with offices of the state governor, executive branch, a gift shop, and tours. It is recognized as an official destination on the path along with more than 100 locations across 14 states. The work demonstrates Roderick MacKenzie's proven expertise with large-scale painting. Alabama State Capitol has monuments, statues, and gardens that are included on the five-acre grounds surrounding the capitol. It specializes in books by Alabama authors, food, artist-made items, unique gifts, and souvenirs.
Grounds, Group Tour, Event Rentals, Exhibits, Government Buildings, House, Museum Store, Monuments, History Museums, Summer Camps, Education Programs, Preservation, Restoration, Historic Rooms & Historical Buildings
Price: Visitors booked through private tour companies $1
Special Programs (speakers, special tours) $10
Behind-the-scenes Capitol Tours $50
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FIRST WHITE HOUSE OF THE CONFEDERACY
644 Washington Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36130 Directions
First White House of the Confederacy is the presidential house of President Jefferson Davis and his family when Montgomery was the capital of the Confederacy. The house museum is a visual reminder and teaching resource of the American Civil War which for four bloody years divided their country into two nations and cost 620,000 lives. The place offers individual and small association self-guided tours and invites you to visit their gift shop. First White House of the Confederacy offers free admission.
Gift Shop, Museum Store, Corporate Events, Teachers and Students, Receptions, Research Library, Historical Places, State Government Office, Group Visits, Caterer, Programs, Exhibits, Historical Buildings & Meetings
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OLD ALABAMA TOWN
301 Columbus Street, Montgomery, AL 36104 Directions
Old Alabama Town offers a day of educational entertainment for all ages that will leave you with a unique understanding of 19th century American life. Their village features fully authentic 19th and early 20th century homes and structures that have been saved from demolition, fully restored, and reopened to the public as a history museum. A salvage warehouse of available pre-used architectural details and materials from a variation of building styles.
Museum Store, Self-Guided and Group Tours, Outdoor History Museum, School Groups, Current and Annual Events, Buildings, Preservation Projects & Landmarks Foundation
Price: Adults $10
Children ages 5-18 $5