Stay Close to the Best Things to Do in Montgomery, AL
Steeped in history, Alabama’s capital city is at your fingertips when you book a spacious hotel room
at the Country Inn & Suites. Visit sites like the Governor’s Mansion, the Rosa Parks Museum and the Civil Rights Memorial, or stroll through the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. Traveling with kids? See the wildlife at Montgomery Zoo less than 10 miles away. Just off I-85, our hotel is also an ideal home base if you’re in town for a softball tournament at Lagoon Park or a Warhawks game at Auburn University at Montgomery. After touring the city, hunt for bargains at The Shoppes at EastChase and Eastdale Mall, both less than five miles away.Family Fun
- Lagoon Park (5.4 miles)
One of the top softball facilities in the nation, Lagoon Park is home to six softball fields. The inviting atmosphere is bolstered by kid-friendly playgrounds, picnic areas and an 18-hole golf course.
Phone: +1 (334) 271-7016
- Montgomery Zoo (9.3 miles)
Wander through wildlife exhibits that house more than 700 species of animals ranging from the pygmy hippopotamus to black-footed penguins.
Phone: +1 (334) 240-4900
Historic Sites and Museums
- Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts (4 miles)
This fascinating art museum features an array of stunning displays, informative presentations and interactive activities.
Phone: +1 (334) 240-4333
- Rosa Parks Museum (10 miles)
The Rosa Parks Museum contains a collection of permanent and rotating exhibits that detail the history of the Civil Rights Movement and the important role that Rosa Parks played.
Phone: +1 (334) 241-8615
- Civil Rights Memorial (10.2 miles)
This moving memorial stands as testament to the brave people who lost their lives in the formative years of the Civil Rights Movement.
Phone: +1 (334) 956-8200
- Auburn University at Montgomery (2.3 miles)
In addition to undergraduate and graduate programs in more than 90 academic fields, this university is also home to Warhawks athletics.
Phone: +1 (334) 244-3000
- Alabama Shakespeare Festival (4.3 miles)
Combining education, outreach and entertainment, the sixth-largest Shakespeare festival in the world performs classic Shakespeare plays throughout the year.
Phone: +1 (334) 271-5353
- The Shoppes at EastChase (1.1 miles)
The area’s largest shopping complex, The Shoppes at EastChase boasts more than 50 retail stores and approximately 20 restaurants in an expansive open-air environment.
Phone: +1 (334) 279-6046
- Eastdale Mall (4.5 miles)
Anchored by stores like Belk, Dillard’s and JCPenney, this popular shopping mall also invites families to enjoy a skating session on the mall’s ice-skating rink.
Phone: +1 (334) 277-7380
Nearby Colleges and Universities