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About Montgomery

Take a walk through history in Montgomery, Alabama! Considered the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States, Montgomery is a historically rich destination for those interested in learning about some of the most complex social and cultural movements in the world. Montgomery is the birthplace and home of some of the greatest faces of culture: Ella Fitzgerald and Nat King Cole just to name a few. The city also served as the backdrop to the Bus Boycott in the 1950s, where Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat in the fight for equality. The city also has a modern flare with excellent options for entertainment, dining, shopping and more.

General Weather

Between May and October, the weather in Montgomery is typically warm, if not very hot during the summer months. The summers tend to be long and muggy, while the winter months are short and the temperature is much cooler, making for a comfortable experience. June and July tend to be the rainier months for Montgomery, but even then the weather is still quite muggy and hot.

About Montgomery Regional Airport

Downtown Montgomery sits just 15 minutes and 6 miles away from Montgomery Regional Airport, making Alabama’s capital city accessible to locals and tourists. 350,000 travellers pass through this regional airport every year whether they are visiting Montgomery or catching another flight out of the airport. In 2006, the airport completed a multi-year terminal upgrade project – since then, guests have been enjoying access to free WiFi, accessible elevators and escalators and more. Finding a cheap flight from Canada to Montgomery is possible and worth the trip.

Things to Do

Visit the Riverfront Park, an entertainment destination right along the Alabama River! Exploring the Riverfront Park is a great way to immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of concerts and sporting events while being outdoors. You can also take advantage of the riverboat rides! To find more parks and outdoor spaces in Montgomery, check out the city’s Parks and Recreation website.

Riverfront Park Montgomery

Speaking of riverboat rides, the Harriott 2 Riverboat is a great way to relax and cruise along the Alabama River. Take your family and friends out on the boat during the day or plan a romantic evening for two onboard the Harriot 2. This riverboat experience offers dinner, live dancing and all types of live entertainment that makes for a fun time out on the water. 

Walking through the Alley Entertainment District in Montgomery is a great way to support local businesses. You’ll find unique, hip restaurants, bars, boutiques, and shops in the Alley, all in an area of the city that embraces similar sounds and flavours to what you would find in New Orleans. There are also a few underground jazz clubs and bars that you can find if you know where to go.

Let’s make sure you don’t miss out of the best travel packages to Montgomery – utilize Trip Support’s Book Now Pay Later service. Instead of paying for the entirety of your trip up front, you can put down a deposit to secure your trip, no credit check necessary. It’s that easy. Visit our website to learn more about our Book Now Pay Later service for early booking savings and advanced vacancy at your preferred Montgomery based hotels, restaurants and more.

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