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Baymont Inn & Suites Montgomery Star Rating 3        
5837 Monticello Drive

This unpretentious hotel off I-85 is 2 miles from the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, and 6 miles from both the Alabama State Capitol and Alabama State University.The unfussy rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, along with microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers. Suites add sitting areas.
The Alabama Hotel Star Rating 3        
5924 Monticello Dr.

Located 6.8 miles from Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church and 6.1 miles from the (F.
Country Inn & Suites Montgomery East Star Rating 3        
5155 Carmichael Road

Set along I-85 and 1.4 miles from the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, this casual hotel is 7 miles from both the Hank Williams Museum.The airy, traditional rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemakers.
Courtyard by Marriott Montgomery Star Rating 3        
5555 Carmichael Road

This straightforward hotel is 1.2 miles from the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts and 5 miles from Alabama State University.Contemporary rooms offer free WiFi, desks, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, minifridges and coffeemakers.
Drury Inn & Suites Montgomery Star Rating 3        
1124 Eastern Blvd.

Off Interstate 85, this informal, modern hotel is 2 miles from the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, 6 miles from the city center and 8 miles from Montgomery Zoo.The relaxed, warm rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living rooms.
Key West Inn Montgomery Star Rating 1        
1040 W. South Blvd.

Utilitarian hotel offering in-room minifridges, microwaves & coffee makers in a humble setting...
Embassy Suites Hotel & Montgomery Conference Center Star Rating 3        
300 Tallapoosa Street

A minute's walk from the Montgomery Convention Center, this Downtown all-suites hotel with an atrium is also a 5.8-mile drive from the Montgomery Zoo.The straightforward suites feature separate living areas and custom-designed beds, plus 2 flat-screen TVs, WiFi (fee), pull-out sofas, microwaves and minifridges.
Homewood Suites by Hilton - Montgomery Star Rating 3        
1800 Interstate Park Drive

Off Interstate 85, this extended-stay hotel in a business complex is 4.5 miles' drive from the Alabama State Capitol and 5 miles' drive from the Rosa Parks Museum.Rooms with traditional furnishings, from studios to 2-bedroom suites, come with fully equipped kitchens, dining tables and free WiFi, plus pull-out sofas and TVs with premium cable channels.
Days Inn - Montgomery Troy Highway Star Rating 2        
4180 Troy Hwy I-85 exit 6

Off Route 231, this straightforward 2-story hotel is 5.5 miles from the Alabama Shakespeare Festival theater, a 13-minute drive from downtown Montgomery and a 14-minute drive from the Shoppes at EastChase.All rooms have en suite bathrooms with showers and tubs, plus desks, free WiFi, TVs, microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers.
Days Inn Montgomery Star Rating 2        
4470 North Chase Blvd.

This straightforward 2-story hotel off Highway 231 is 2.8 miles from Garrett Coliseum and 7.4 miles from Downtown.
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Montgomery is situated along the east side of the Alabama River in the Gulf Coastal Plain and has been the capital of the Alabama state since 1846. In the 1950s and 1960s Montgomery pioneered in the struggles of the Civil Rights Movement of the African-Americans. Visiting Montgomery, one is surely obliged to trace its historical footsteps from the cotton period through the civic rights movement to the modern day culturally enriching city. Old Alabama Town Wander around the historic nucleus of Montgomery, pay attention to the 19th century architecture and enjoy this real-life tour of the beginnings of the city's growth. These houses were built during the cotton period - which brought development and significance to the area.

Have a guided tour of the reconstructed Greek Revival style building, which was constructed in 1850. It served as the Capitol of the Confederacy in the Civil War, and operates as the State Capitol Building to this day. The First House of the Confederacy The First House was moved to the current location in 1921 and holds exhibitions of antique property and furnishings as well as war relics. The Civil Rights Memorial Center The Civil Rights Memorial Center holds tradition in paying respects to the past by providing knowledge on the Civil Rights Movement through lectures and presentations. The Civil Rights Movement Memorial is installed next to the building. The Memorial is in the form of a black granite circle with names of casualties engraved. Rising above it stands a wall with the epitaph: 'until justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream' which signifies the continuity of the fight for civic and human rights.

Rosa Parks Library and Museum A homage to the 'Mother of Civil Rights Movement' gives visitors the opportunity to relive the turmoil of the mid 20th century's events through documentation, artefacts and multimedia. Rosa Parks refused to get up from a bus seat for a white man which was considered unimaginable in those days. She showed that avalanches are not necessarily launched by grand gestures and that sometimes a spark is all that is needed to light up a dark room.

Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church
The church became a platform for many civil rights meetings between 1954 and 1960. It was in that time that Dr. Martin Luther King served in it as the pastor. The 1955 and 1956 Montgomery Bus Boycott originated in this sanctuary. Today, a mural of the Montgomery to Memphis Journey stands on its wall as a respectful memorial of the struggle which changed the world. Visit the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts whose emphasis is on American paintings and graphics as well as the bountiful Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum which features some of Scott's first editions and Zelda's original paintings, all in the ambiance of their rented home. Grab a hot dog and check out the Riverwalk Stadium. Stop by a bar or a bistro, enjoy some live music and let the impressions settle down.