Explore Montgomery from This Hotel in Prattville
Explore all the rich history of Montgomery, AL from the Country Inn & Suites hotel in Prattville, where you can visit the house where famous author F. Scott Fitzgerald began penning his famous work Tender Is the Night.
You can also tour the Alabama State Capitol Building. Families love the expansive Montgomery Zoo, which uses unique, barrier-free habitats for over 150 different species. Unwind at the beautiful Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail for amazing views and challenging games.
During your visit, make sure to see:
- Alabama State Capitol (8.3 miles)
This beautiful restored building is both the seat of the Alabama government and the temporary capitol of the Confederacy in 1861.
Phone: +1 (334) 242-3935
- First White House of the Confederacy (10 miles)
This historic landmark was the home of Jefferson Davis for much of his stint as President of the Confederacy during the Civil War. The museum is now home to the world's largest collection of Confederate artifacts, and tours are available daily.
Phone: +1 (334) 242-1861
- Hank Williams Museum (8.4 miles)
This museum houses the Cadillac in which Williams died and other Hank Williams memorabilia.
Phone: +1 (334) 262-3600
- Maxwell Air Force Base (5.4 miles)
This Air Force Base has more than 200,000 military personnel and is home to the Air University, Non-commissioned Officers Academy, Squadron Officers College, Air War College and the Community College of the Air Force.
Phone: +1 (334) 953-1110
- Montgomery Zoo (10 miles)
With more than 700 animals representing 150 different species, the Montgomery Zoo is highly accredited with the exclusive Association of Zoos and Aquariums due to its unique, barrier-free habitats.
Phone: +1 (334) 240-4900
- Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail (1 mile)
Choose from three golf trails that offer different degrees of challenge as well as amazing views of the Alabama River and its surrounding area.
Phone: +1 (334) 285-1114
- Rosa Parks Library and Museum (8.5 miles)
Constructed on the site of the old Empire Theatre where Rosa Parks first made her stand on December 1, 1955 and sparked the legendary Montgomery Bus Boycott, this museum and library built in her honor houses numerous exhibits, artifacts and documents honoring Rosa's contribution to the Civil Rights movement.
Phone: +1 (334) 241-8661
- Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum (8.2 miles)
Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald are captured in the stirring exhibits of this museum dedicated to their memory.
Phone: +1 (334) 264-4222
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