Comfort Suites Airport South
110 Folmar Parkway
Montgomery, AL 36105
Phone: (334) 613-9843
Fax: (334) 281-0370
110 Folmar Parkway, Montgomery, AL, US, 36105
- Phone: (334) 613-9843
- Fax: (334) 281-0370
Arts & Museums
The office, gallery and design center for nationally known Barbara Gallagher.
The F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum is dedicated to the eponymous couple and their literary legacy. The museum was once home to them and their daughter, and is the only still-standing residence of the couple. Zelda’s paintings are of particular interest, and there are also books, manuscripts, pictures, memorabilia, and more. With a number of literary events organized throughout the year, this museum is a must visit for enthusiasts. For more information, visit their website.
Founded in 1979, this co-op gallery features original works by local artists.
Rosa Parks is a very popular name as far as the African-American revolutionary movement is concerned; thus it's no surprise that the Troy University has established a Rosa Parks Library & Museum. The museum is an eye opener as it educates you in detail about the Montgomery Bus Boycott that Rosa Parks started. There are exhibitions, cultural events and various other programs that help you learn more about this revolutionary movement. The museum also has various other activities for children as well as adults to make your visit to this place all the more entertaining.
A visit to the Children's Wing at the Rosa Parks will, literally, take you back to the time when racial segregation and its effect was present in the society. The Cleveland Time machine presents a simulated Montgomery bus inside which neatly unfolds the event of the Montgomery Bus Boycott that took place in 1955, much to the delight of the kids. The simulated journey would also take you through the role of Rosa Parks and other followers of Martin Luther King Jr. in the Civil Rights Movement. Other section of the Wing comprises historic documents, artifacts and oral testimonials of the men and women involved in the boycott movement. Call or visit their website for more information.
Specializes in an eclectic group of handcrafted items from artist around the Southeast.
The Dexter Parsonage Museum is a historical home where ministers from the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church lived. The other reason for the museum's popularity is that the great Dr. Martin Luther King and his family resided here between 1954 and 1960 during the Montgomery Bus Boycott. The Garden of Reflection situated at the back of the museum is a tranquil spot with magnolia trees, white azaleas, crape myrtles and a pathway that goes around it. To know more about the Dexter Parsonage Museum, a visit to their website is recommended.
The political center of Montgomery houses the Civil Rights Memorial. A visit to this site will tell visitors the story of the struggles and achievements of the fighters during the political movement. A site steeped in history, it also houses a library and museum. The Wall of Tolerance is an interesting concept that displays the names of pledged visitors who have 'taken a stand against hate' and work to propagate justice and tolerance. Every story displayed here and every exhibit presented is indeed quite touching and inspirational. Certainly, a site worth discovering. Check website for more details.
This Mooseum preserves the agricultural history of Alabama. It highlights the cattle industry from past to present day technological advances.
One of the major facilities of its kind in the U.S. The auditorium seats 235 people and is designed specifically for simulating natural sky by projecting images of sun, moon, planets and stars.
One of the most celebrated country musicians in the world, Hank Williams has fans that span several generations. The Hank Williams Museum is the right place to visit if you want to glimpse into the life and music of this legend. Check out memorabilia from his music collection, his famous 1952 Cadillac, musical instruments, apparel and the statue of the singer. The Hank Williams Museum is truly a trip down memory lane; visit the museum shop for souvenirs.
The Alabama Department of Archives and History is the official collector and curator of the heritage of Alabama. This institution, established in 1901, archives material related to the state's history and culture. Its museum displays several portraits, paintings, sculpture, artifacts and memorabilia of people and events that shaped Alabama.