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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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Discover the Facts Behind the Great Fiction of Monroeville

Make the Country Inn & Suites your home base as you explore the rich literary history of Monroeville. Home to the acclaimed fiction writers Harper Lee and Truman Capote, Monroeville has preserved their legacies in places like the Faulk Property, the site of the home Capote visited as a child that was next door to Lee’s home. You can tour the Old Courthouse Museum, which inspired scenes in Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird and now houses an exhibit that chronicles the author’s life. Want to mix some fresh air with your literary adventure? Take the Monroeville Historic Walking Tour or stroll through Veterans Memorial Park.

Add these destinations to your schedule:

  • Alabama River Museum
    The Alabama River Museum showcases a collection of historical artifacts, fossils, and Native American clothing and canoes from the region.
    Phone: +1 (251) 282-4206
  • Alabama Southern Community College Writers Fountain
    This beautiful and famous fountain outside the library of ASCC honors ten authors who called this region home. While you’re on campus, be sure to purchase some Monroe Writers Water for your own taste of bottled inspiration.
  • American Volkssport Association (AVA)
    The AVA sponsors year-round hikes in Monroeville, including a six-mile walking tour 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 exploring the shore or boating.
    Phone: +1 (334) 242-3471
  • Faulk Property
    You won’t want to miss visiting the site where Truman Capote and Harper Lee lived and played as children.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Monroeville Historic Walking Tour
    Starting in downtown Monroeville, the tour takes you past iconic landmarks, including the Old Courthouse Museum, the Birdhouse Trail and historical homes.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • The Hybart House
    The Hybart House is a beautiful Mediterranean Spanish villa built in the 1920s, and it 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 the film version of To Kill a Mockingbird. Make plans to attend the annual reenactment of the novel at the courthouse, which has become the hottest ticket in town.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-7433
  • Veterans Memorial Park
    This community park features war memorabilia, baseball fields, volleyball courts, a pool and a playground.
    Phone: +1 (251) 575-5535