Have you arrived in Montgomery without a clue what to do? Not a problem! Montgomery’s visitor center is located at 300 Water Street (M-Sa, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Su, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.) in Union Station on the waterfront. This three-building complex, a former train depot built in 1898, now houses the Montgomery Convention and Visitor Bureau, a gift shop, and Lek’s Railroad Thai restaurant.

Check out the city of Montgomery’s homepage for up-to-date information on the city’s event calendar and attractions. More visitor-specific information can be found at the Montgomery Convention and Tourism Bureau ’s website. From this website, you can view a number of sample itineraries , each catering to a different audience, such as family travel or history buffs. From this site you can also create your own custom itinerary , picking and choosing from a variety of activities and attractions available within the city. In addition, from this website you can order a FREE copy of the Montgomery Visitor Guide .