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120 Highway 21 South
Monroeville  AL  36460  USA
LAT: 31.46878 LONG: -87.34753
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Telephone: +1 (251) 743-3333 Fax: +1 (251) 575-5916

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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Monroeville, AL

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Visit Monroeville, Alabama Literary Attractions near Hotel

The Country Inn & Suites Monroe, Alabama offers hotel guests a convenient location near the area’s many attractions, including Claiborne Lake and The Hybard House. Monroeville is famous for serving as the inspiration for the setting of Harper Lee’s celebrated novel To Kill a Mockingbird and offers a variety of exciting destinations for literature buffs, including the Faulk Property, where Lee met novelist Truman Capote when the pair were children. The hotel is also convenient to area businesses like Fruit of the Loom and Georgia Pacific, so you can save driving time if you’re in Monroeville for work.

The following attractions are near the hotel:
  • Alabama Southern Community College Writer's Fountain
    Visit this famous literary fountain, which immortalizes the names of the area's most noted writers.
  • Alabama River Heritage Museum
    Take a tour of this museum, which features fossils from the Claiborne Bluff and fascinating Native American artifacts. 
    Phone: +1 (251) 282-4206
  • AVA-American Volksport Association
    This six-mile walking route takes you on a beautiful route through historic neighborhoods and lakeside scenery.
    Phone: +1 (251) 743-2879
  • Claiborne Lake
    Spend a sunny afternoon boating, fishing or swimming at this tranquil lake.
  • Faulk Property
    Literary buffs, don’t miss your chance to see the house where Truman Capote and Harper Lee met as children.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Historic Walking Tour
    Get a glimpse of the town's most famous landmarks on this pleasant walking tour. 
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • The Hybart House
    Built in the 1920s, this stunning house now acts as a venue for weddings, receptions and events. 
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Katherine Lee Rose Garden & War Memorial Gazebo
    This magnificent garden boasts over 90 different varieties of roses and is available as an event venue.
    Phone: +1 (251) 743-2879
  • Maycomb Mall
    Shop for antiques at this multi-vendor destination to look for collectibles and conversation pieces. 
    Phone: +1 (251) 743-3720
  • Old Courthouse Museum
    This courthouse, which served as the model for the trial scene in the film version of To Kill a Mockingbird, puts on an annual performance of Harper Lee's famous work.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Veteran's Memorial Park
    Get some fresh air and enjoy this park, which features a playground and four baseball fields.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-5535

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