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National Treasures   

Brown Chapel AME
Old Depot Museum
Voting Rights Museum
Rosa Parks Museum
Dexter Baptist Church
Civil Rights Memorial
City of St. Jude
Edmond Pettus Bridge
Tuskegee Institute

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Days Inn Selma
Jameson Inn, Selma
Holiday Inn, Selma
The St. James, Selma
Knights Inn, Mont
Comfort Inn, Mont
Days Inn, Montgomery
Governors House Hotel
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Alabama Fun

Cahawba Historical Site
Jasmine Hill Gardens
Blount Cultural Park
Montgomery Zoo
Horseshoe Bend NMP
The King Center 
NPS Civil Rights Site

Selma to Montgomery
All American Road

   Perhaps the most important road in the U.S., U.S. Route 80 represents the fight for civil rights in modern America.  600 marchers headed for Montgomery on March 7, 1965 and were met with clubs and tear gas at the Edmond Pettus Bridge, just six short blocks away.  Martin Luther King, Jr. led the group on a symbolic walk 2 days later to bring awareness to the situation.  After appealing to a Federal judge, permission was granted for the march which began with 2500 and ended with 25,000 people marching the 50 miles to Montgomery.
 Featured Resorts

The Tutwiler Hotel offers a rare and elegant experience.  A classic blend of turn-of-the -century surroundings with modern-day convenience, The Tutwiler - A Wyndham Grand Heritage Hotel, is one of the premier hotels of the south. Birmingham

The St. James Hotel is a treasure from Alabama's past and one of the few remaining antebellum riverfront hotels.  Authentically restored and elegantly furnished, it has hosted parties for Jesse James, Governors, Vice Presidents and Congressmen.  Selma

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Riverchase Value - The Riverchase Inn, adjacent to the Riverchase Galleria in Birmingham, offers first class service including full-service rooms, continental breakfast, pool and Galleria shuttle from $58
The Redmont - Birmingham's oldest operating hotel has a 77year history, rich in tradition. The boutique style historic property offers well-appointed guest rooms, fitness center, business center, concierge desk and all modern amenities from $99


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