We enjoyed a day visiting museums in Montgomery.
The Museum of Alabama and Archives is a stunning example of quality construction. Huge columns across the front and back of the building. The floors, walls, and columns all Tennessee or Alabama granite and marble. The museum itself is extensive as it relates to Alabama. It can compete with any in the country for the quality and presentation. Very interactive and includes "Alabama Voices" which are recordings of people who had been slaves among others.
After 2 hours of exploring the museum we stopped by the “First White house of the Confederacy.” Preserved from the time of the Civil War as it would have been at that time. It was very interesting to see how the leadership lived during that time.
An interesting security system to alert on overly inquisitive visitors. Seems very familiar.
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