Around the River Region

Overview

The River Region has much to see, do, and experience! When planning your trip, expect to enjoy the arts and culture, history, civil rights attractions, great local restaurants, and more. 

Stay

Featured Partner

Corporate Partners stand together to strengthen the community. When considering where to stay, we recommend you support our Corporate Partner, Homewood Suites, central to restaurants, the interstate, and all of the great Montgomery and River Region attractions.

Homewood Suites by Hilton Montgomery

It’s the best of both worlds: a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood that is just four miles from downtown Montgomery’s Rosa Parks Museum and Civil Rights Memorial.

Montgomery Symphony Orchestra's summer Jubilee Pops Concert at the capitol building in downtown Montgomery.

Things To Do

Eat + Drink

Featured Partners

Corporate Partners stand together to strengthen the community. When considering where to eat and drink, we recommend you go local and support our Corporate Partners and local restaurateurs. These local owners and operators live, invest, and bring quality to Montgomery and the River Region. From fine-dining to neighborhood classics, these are the destinations to return to again and again.

Cahawba House

The name pays tribute to Cahawba, the site of Alabama’s original capital. The food pays tribute to traditional Southern cuisine, with an emphasis on fresh produce and local traditions.

Dreamland BBQ

It all started with a Dream…and soon, barbecue lovers from all over the country began dropping by to enjoy Dreamland’s iconic ribs, white bread, and BBQ sauce. More than 60 years later, they still do.

Vintage Year | Vintage Cafe

From dinner with friends and family to the most memorable special occasions, Vintage Year has been an important part of the fabric of Montgomery’s social scene since 1984.

Other Great Eats

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