Area attractions, as detailed below, include: the Alabama Shakespeare Festival (ASF) Theater, the Montgomery, Alabama Zoo, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Montgomery "Biscuits" baseball, and an opportunity to learn about the Civil Rights movement here in the heart of Montgomery, Alabama - and much more!
A restoration of the Antebellum State Capital, carefully executed in every detail, recalls the sometimes prosperous and sometimes turbulent history of the state. Chosen near the navigational head of a great river system, the capital city became the hub of an expanding railroad network linking east and west, north and south in the cotton rich-antebellum slave economy of the "Heart of Dixie."
One mile west of Red Bluff Cottage, Maxwell Air Force Base had its seed in the Wright Brothers struggle to get a heavier than air vehicle off the ground, and by pilot training in World War I. It grew, training US and allied pilots in World War II, and today Maxwell is the center of Air Force professional education as the Air University.
The nearby Montgomery Zoo features spacious, natural environments. The Zoo provides hidden barriers that separate fine specimens of predators from the rich variety of their grazing, climbing, and flying potential prey.
Old Alabama Town holds 19th Century Alabama history in a few carefully selected city blocks into which magnificent mansions, a 19th century cotton gin, and typical plantation outbuildings, country churches and modest urban homes and shops tell their stories.
Visit Montgomery's new Riverwalk Stadium and enjoy minor league AA baseball at its best. Our Montgomery "Biscuits" will surely entertain baseball fans of any age. Only in Montgomery can you watch the "Biscuits" play baseball and then have more biscuits for breakfast the next morning at Red Bluff Cottage Bed & Breakfast.
The Alabama Shakespeare Festival (ASF) Theater and the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) have magnificent buildings in the Wynton M. Blount Cultural Park, modeled by its landscape architects after traditional English country landscapes.
Montgomery, Alabama is the heart of one of the most outstanding golf attractions in the world -- the renowned Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Here in Alabama's scenic and historic capital city, located on the Alabama River, you'll be just minutes from the Trail's newest gem -- the spectacular Capitol Hill complex. Within an hour's drive are two more great RTJ complexes -- Grand National and Cambrian Ridge. All are beautifully playable and challenging -- for every level of golfer -- virtually year-round.