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Address:
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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This Hotel in Monroeville Is near Numerous Literary Attractions

The charming town of Monroeville, Alabama served as the inspiration for the setting of To Kill a Mockingbird and now has a rich literary history that you'll get to discover when you stay at this hotel. Minutes away in downtown Monroeville, the famous Old Courthouse Museum showcases exhibits on Harper Lee and hosts an annual production of her famous novel. Tour the Faulk property, where Truman Capote and Harper Lee met and began their friendship. You can also take a historic walking tour through the town before devoting your afternoon to shopping or lounging at the Katherine Lee Rose Garden.

Make sure to visit:
  • Alabama Southern Community College Writer's Fountain
    This iconic literary fountain immortalizes the names of the area's most prominent writers.
  • Alabama River Heritage Museum
    At this museum, you'll get the chance to see fossils from the Claiborne Bluff alongside Native American artifacts.
    Phone: +1 (251) 282-4206
  • AVA-American Volksport Association
    This six-mile route takes you through the town's historic neighborhoods and the beautiful lake areas.
    Phone: +1 (251) 743-2879
  • Claiborne Lake
    Claiborne Lake is a great place to spend a sunny day on the water.
  • Faulk Property
    This is the house where two acclaimed novelists, Truman Capote and Harper Lee, met as children.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Historic Walking Tour
    This walking tour takes you through the town's most famous landmarks.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • The Hybart House
    This beautiful house dates from the 1920s and is now available for weddings, receptions and events.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Katherine Lee Rose Garden & War Memorial Gazebo
    This spectacular garden showcases over 90 different varieties of roses. Book this stunning site for a wedding or event.
    Phone: +1 (251) 743-2879
  • Maycomb Mall
    If you love antiques, head to this multi-vendor antique venue to look for your next treasure.
    Phone: +1 (251) 743-3720
  • Old Courthouse Museum
    This courthouse served as the model for the trial scene in the film version of To Kill a Mockingbird. If you're visiting in the spring, don't miss the annual performance of Harper Lee's famous work at this venue.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Veteran's Memorial Park
    Take your family for a picnic at this scenic park, which includes a playground and four baseball fields.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-5535

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