National Memorial for Peace and Justice
It is the first monument erected in America in memory of all the people, including adults and children, who suffered because of racial injustice.
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
More than 4,000 pieces comprise the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts' permanent collection, are examples of American art from the 1700s to the present.
Rosa Parks Library and Museum
The life and legacy of Rosa Parks and the countless participants in the Montgomery Bus Boycott are honored in the Rosa Parks Museum.
Hank Williams Museum
This museum honors Hank Williams Sr. the father of country music. And a collection of his first childhood cowboy boots to his stage attire.
Located on 40 acres, this well-liked family vacation spot is home to nearly 700 species from five different continents, including the renowned Bengal tiger.
Freedom Rides Museum
Photographs, records, and biographies of each of the valiant young people who took part in the historic declaration are on display.
Alabama State Capitol
One of Montgomery's main attractions due to its recognition as a station on the U.S. Civil Rights Trail, which spans 14 states and contains more than 100 sites.
Old Alabama Town
More than 50 old houses and structures in Montgomery's historic downtown have been restored to their former beauty as part of the Old Alabama Town complex.
King Memorial Baptist Church
One of the most well-known churches in the world, famous chiefly for its years at the vanguard of the civil rights movement led by its then-pastor Martin Luther King Jr.
A trip on the Harriott II Riverboat, a historic passenger vessel that offers picturesque excursions, is among the most well-liked activities here.