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Hotels in Monroeville, AL
You might know Monroeville as the setting for the classic American novel, "To Kill a Mockingbird." In fact, Monroeville is now dubbed the Literary Capital of Alabama.
Start your journey through Monroe's history at the Monroe County Heritage Museum, and visit the Truman Capote exhibit, giving you a great look into the life of the famed author. Next, stop by the Old Courthouse Museum in the courthouse square– famous for the courthouse setting in the novel.
Nearby, visitors are encouraged to explore the Monroeville Downtown Historic District housing over 50 historic structures – with many still in use today – featuring dazzling Classical Revival, American Craftsman, and Moderne style architecture.
Outdoor adventurers will surely enjoy spending an afternoon at Rikard's Mill Historical Park – nestled along the banks of Flat Creek just a short drive north of Monroeville. The park is a great setting for hiking and picnicking, and hosts annual events the kids will surely love, like Syrup-Making Days and Pioneer Days.
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