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  • Transportation

  • Easy Streets
    Navigating through MGM is easy and since it meets where I-65 and I-85 interchange, it’s also easily accessible. Most of downtown is within a one-mile walk, so you don’t even need a car to visit most of MGM’s historical attractions or grab a bite from one of our unique restaurants.

  • Catch a Tour Catch a Tour

    Capital City Carriage
    Looking for a really cool and intimate way to see MGM at night? Stroll through the streets of downtown
    Montgomery on a horse drawn carriage and see the city in a whole new light.
    capitalcitycarriage.com
    334-221-2336

    Heady Segway Tours
    Roll along downtown on a guided Segway tour, and explore Montgomery's historic sites as well as the
    new entertainment and dining venues, without actually taking a step.
    segwaymontgomery.com
    334-201-7012

    More Than Tours
    See the city and explore MGM’s rich history, whether it’s on the More Than Tours Bus or by way of the More Than Tours Electric Car, you are sure to soak up some rich history and learn a new interesting fact or two.
    morethantours.us
    334-296-3024

  • Travel By Bike Travel By Bike

    Thanks to the Civil Heritage Trail and the Montgomery Bike Club, there are bike racks set up all through downtown, so it’s easy to pop in and out of attractions, restaurants and venues. No bike, no problem. You can rent a Regions bike from the Visitor Center (300 Water Street) and all the bike essentials are included in the rental.
    visitingmontgomery.com
    334-262-0013

  • Travel by Car Travel by Car

    Are you in town on business or don’t want to worry with finding a close parking spot? Uber and Lyft make it easy, and since it only takes about 20 minutes to get from one side of the city to the next, it’s also very affordable.

  • Walk Downtown Walk Downtown

    Since most of the downtown attractions are within a one mile radius, it’s easy to grab a map and hit the street. Plus, there are plenty of cool restaurants, art murals, historic markers and unique shopping venues to keep you busy along the way.