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Alabama's Capitol City, Montgomery offers a wealth of historic and cultural attractions to keep everyone entertained and coming back for more. Home to the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the sixth largest Shakespeare festival in the world as well as Maxwell AFB. You'll find abundant entertainment and things to do within the city or in the surrounding communities of Prattville, Millbrook and Wetumpka.

Montgomery is the location of the historic Montgomery Bus Boycot, the key to the start of the Civil Rights movement. It is also the final resting place of country singing legend Hank Williams.

Enjoy an outdoor concert at the new Riverfront Amphitheater or catch a minor league baseball game at Riverfront Stadium with the Montgomery Biscuits.

Alabama Shakespeare Festival

Located on the prominant east side of Montgomery in Blount Cultural Park, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival is the the sixth largest Shakespeare festival in the world hosting a robust schedule of all the famous Shakespeare plays. [details]

Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

Also located in Blount Cultural Park, the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts host collections from around the world. Truly an experience in culture and art. [details]

First Whitehouse of the Confederacy

The original `White House` is located in downtown Montgomery across from the State Capitol. Back in the late 1800s, Montgomery was teh Capitol of the Confederacy and this original 1835 Italianate-style house was home to President and Mrs. Jefferson Davis. Completely furnished with period pieces from 1850s and 1860s, vistors get a true walk through history. [details]

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