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120 Highway 21 South
Monroeville  AL  36460  USA
LAT: 31.46878 LONG: -87.34753
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+1 (800) 830-5222 (US/Canada Toll-free)

Telephone: +1 (251) 743-3333 Fax: +1 (251) 575-5916


Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Monroeville, AL

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Tour Literary Sites From This Monroeville, Alabama Hotel

Not only does the Country Inn & Suites offer prime amenities and restful hotel rooms, but it is also minutes from the area’s most popular attractions. You can see locations that inspired Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird, like the Faulk Property and the Old Courthouse Museum. Other historical designations include the Alabama Southern Community College Writer's Fountain and The Hybart House. To get some fresh air, visit the Veteran's Memorial Park or the Katherine Lee Rose Garden & War Memorial Gazebo. If you’re in Monroeville, Alabama for business, this hotel is minutes from the corporate offices of Harrigan Lumber, Temple Island and Fruit of the Loom.

Add these destinations to your schedule:

  • Alabama River Museum
    The Alabama River Museum showcases a collection of historical artifacts, natural specimens, clothing and more.
    Phone: +1 (251) 282-4206
  • Alabama Southern Community College Writer's Fountain
    This beautiful and famous fountain honors ten authors who called this region home.
  • AVA-American Volksport Association
    Stretch your legs with this six-mile walking tour that takes you along lakeside paths and through historic neighborhoods.
    Phone: +1 (251) 743-2879
  • Claiborne Lake
    A fisherman’s paradise, Claiborne Lake is the perfect place to spend time outdoors.
  • Faulk Property
    You won’t want to miss visiting the place where Truman Capote and Harper Lee played as children.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Historic Walking Tour
    See Monroeville’s most iconic landmarks with this leisurely walking tour.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • The Hybart House
    The Hybart House is a beautiful Mediterranean Spanish villa built in the 1920s and continues to host community events.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Katherine Lee Rose Garden & War Memorial Gazebo
    More than 90 varieties of roses surround this beautiful gazebo that is a popular venue for local events.
    Phone: +1 (251) 743-2879
  • Old Courthouse Museum
    Tour the Old Courthouse Museum, which served as the model for the final trial scene in film version of To Kill a Mockingbird.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Veteran's Memorial Park
    This community park features historic war memorabilia, baseball fields and a playground.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-5535

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