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Montgomery, AL 36108
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Cloverdale Service Center
  • • Complete Automotive Care
  • • Auto Maintenance & Tune-Ups
  • • Auto & Light Truck Repairs
(334) 264-3068
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Sinclair's Restaurant
  • • Pasta, Seafood & Steaks
  • • Large Crisp Salads
  • • Delicious Soups
(334) 271-7654
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Martin's Restaurant
  • • Homestyle Cooking
  • • Lunch & Dinner
  • • Catering Available
(334) 265-1767
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Capitol City Roofing, LLC
  • • Residential & Commercial General Contractor
  • • Roofing, Siding & Gutters
  • • Licensed & Insured
(334) 277-3311
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Things To Do in Montgomery, AL

Talladega National Forest Talladega National Forest

The Talladega National Forest is a favorite of nature lovers in Montgomery. In addition to offering a varied assortment of outdoor recreational activities, this is a place that just brims with irresistible natural beauty. The Cheaha Wilderness area of the forest is not only beautiful, but offers an unmatched opportunity for adventures like hiking and camping. The views are quite panoramic largely due to the valleys that follow the crest of the ridge on the mountainside. Make sure to remember to bring your camera!

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Capri Theatre Capri Theatre

These days, going to the movies for entertainment feels more like going to the mall with a bunch of teenagers. Thankfully, Montgomery's Capri Theatre offers you a chance to have a truly classic movie experience. This vintage theater dates back to 1941 and stood as the city's first neighborhood theater. It is located in historic Cloverdale and has the distinction of being Montgomery's only independent cinema. Foreign films, underground titles and the occasional classic are screened regularly.

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The Fitzgerald Museum The Fitzgerald Museum

The Great Gatsby is considered one of the most essential works of American literature. Its author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, was an equally interesting figure who made his home in Montgomery. Get a detailed look at his life and work when you visit the Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum. This structure was once rented by the famous author and his wife in the early thirties. The home's historical significance is augmented by a highly detailed restoration that includes various items that once belonged to the Fitzgeralds.

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