Explore Locations

As you stroll our historic streets, look around for helpful signage, banners and QR codes that will guide you through our historic, cultural, and architectural treasures and help you uncover hidden treasures along the way.

City Hall

Built in 1936, this was home to the municipal courts during the Civil Rights Movement. It was here that judges dispensed justice under the laws of segregation that led to

Image taken by AL Tourism Dept. courtesy of Freedom Rides Museum

Freedom Rides Museum

Learn how 21 young people helped change our nation’s history using nonviolent protest. Black and white, male and female, none of them were older than 21. They stepped off of


Union Station

This National Historic Landmark was once built as a major hub for passenger trains.  Six sets of tracks, used by a number of railroad companies, once ran through the Train


Civil Rights Memorial

Created by Vietnam Veterans Memorial designer Maya Lin, the Memorial is located across the street from the Southern Poverty Law Center’s office building in Montgomery, Alabama, a city rich with


Alabama Archives

Located in downtown Montgomery, the Museum of Alabama is the only destination where you can explore Alabama’s past from prehistory to the present. The Museum is located at the Alabama


Dexter Parsonage

Experience the actual residence where Dr. King and his young family lived between 1954 and 1960; an Interpretive Center, and the King-Johns Garden for Reflection. The permanent exhibit in the


Court Square Fountain

This beautiful fountain is topped by a statue of Hebe, Goddess of Youth and Cupbearer to the gods and was built in 1885 over an existing artesian basin. The fountain,


The Riverfront

This deep bend in the Alabama offers one of the most captivating views of the city from the water, and the water itself has witnessed some of the most painful, yet profitable acts of our history.


Hank Williams Museum

Experience the history of the first Country Music superstar and see how Hank Williams transformed country music and sowed the seeds of what was to become American Music, Blues, Rockabilly, and even Rock and Roll.


Rosa Parks Museum

The Rosa Parks Museum is a living memorial for Mrs. Parks and elevates her legacy by serving as a platform for scholarly dialogue, civic engagement, and positive social change.


Montgomery Visitor Center

Montgomery’s relocated visitor center is situated on the most historical street in the nation, Dexter Avenue. Take a look inside and speak with a knowledge and friendly visitor center ambassador