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The Weather in Montgomery
Check out the climate diagram for Montgomery. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 37° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Montgomery vacation homes are all about Alabama's cultural highs
Montgomery vacation homes are surrounded by the culture that marks the state of Alabama as unique. From country music to numerous engaging musuems, your vacation home situates you amongst vibrant local culture.
Aviation and country music
The Wright Brothers Park is a shrine to the fathers of aviation, who set up a school of aviation here in 1910. Learn more about the circumstances surrounding their initial flight and how the aviation industry has developed into what it is today.
The Hank Williams Museum is located in downtown Montgomery. The museum is devoted to the life and work of the famous musician. Check out the museum's vast collection of paraphernalia from his life and discover the origin of the country music legend, right here in Montgomery.
Into the wild
Montgomery Zoo is a fascinating educational experience where you can get close to the animals through interactive workshops and special exhibits. Take part in special seasonal events and volunteer activities such as the chance to feed the animals.
Kids are thrilled by the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts with its impressive and colorful collection of art by international and local fine artists. A changing array of temporary exhibitions keep things fresh every time you visit.
Local landmarks and Alabama River days
Don't miss the Alabama State Capitol which towers over the city. The First White House of the Confederacy was the executive residence of President Jefferson Davis and his family. The house is furnished in italianate style and listed on the Register of Landmarks and Heritage.
Wander along the river at Riverfront Park where you can see the Harriott II Riverboat and the historic Union Station Train Shed. In the summertime children can be heard yelping with glee in the waterpark here but throughout the year the Alabama River sweeps through the park bringing river traffic with it.
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