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Beautiful parks, nature centers, a zoo and many family attractions all make Montgomery a wonderful place to visit.Part of the Montgomery Campus of the Troy State University, Rosa Parks Library and Museum is located on the site of the historic Empire Theatre, near where Rosa Parks made her courageous stand in 1955 which changed the country’s history.The museum is located just across the street from the Alabama State Capitol in downtown Montgomery and tells the story of Alabama's past - from prehistoric times to the present.

Address: 252 Montgomery St, Montgomery, AL 36104, 334-241-8615 Top attractions in: Sacramento, Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Milwaukee.Located in downtown Montgomery in an open plaza in front of the Civil Rights Memorial Center, the Civil Rights Memorial is dedicated to 41 people who fought and died during the American Civil Rights Movement for equal integrated treatment, regardless of race, between 19.Some of the most interesting artifacts are a restored 1955 station wagon, a copy of the city bus on which Rosa Parks made her stand by refusing to give her seat to a white man, and some original historical documents from that era.The purpose of the Rosa Parks Museum is to interpret and preserve materials related to the Montgomery Bus Boycott.The Civil Rights Memorial Center is located next to the Memorial.

It features exhibits about the martyrs of the Civil Rights Movement, a 56-seat theater, a classroom and the Wall of Tolerance.The Civil Rights Movement which started in Montgomery caused the desegregation of public transport, and forced U. Congress to amend the Constitution to give voting rights to African Americans and other minorities in 1965.You can watch the passage of history by strolling through the Montgomery historic district with its beautiful antebellum mansions, the First White House of the Confederacy, the 1851 Alabama State Capitol, and the Dexter Parsonage Museum where Dr. Montgomery has a lively art scene with the popular Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts and Performing Arts Center.The charming old house was built near the Alabama River, was moved to its current location in the shadow of the Alabama State Capitol, completely restored and opened to the public in 1921.Many of the Davis family personal possessions, furniture and art pieces were gifted by Ms.The museum has a range of permanent and temporary exhibits and a 103-seat multimedia auditorium.