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You don’t have to surrender your Labor Day weekend to boredom

By Product Expert | Posted in Seasonal, Tips & Tricks on Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 at 5:34 pm
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Family-friendly Labor Day Weekend 2019 Trips near Montgomery, AL

Labor Day weekend is rapidly approaching. This means the end of summer and the official kick-off to the craziness that comes with it like school activities and getting ready for the holidays. If you’re looking for one last blast of fun before you get too busy to think, a team from Jack Ingram Nissan came up with these family-friendly Labor Day Weekend 2019 trips near Montgomery, AL that could be exactly what you’re looking for. To be sure the city of Montgomery and the surrounding area is steeped in history and culture. There are several places you could visit in an afternoon if you need to get out of the house for a while. Let’s see what they came up with.

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Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

1 Museum Dr.
Montgomery, AL
Trip Advisor Rating: 4.5/5 Stars

Art is meant to evoke emotion from the observer. What really makes it interesting is that a piece of art can mean something different to the same person depending on the day they are looking at it. The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts is filled with American paintings and sculptures that tell the story of Alabama as well as America. It has come a long way from its first days when it was located in Central High School in 1930.

Alabama Dept. of Archives and History

624 Washington Ave.
Montgomery, AL
Trip Advisor Rating: 4.5/5 Stars

The Alabama Department of Archives and History is the nation’s oldest state-funded, independent archival and historical agency. Visitors can see the total history of the state told by the people who were there through records and other first-hand accounts. A new centerpiece exhibit gives a voice to this story through several audiovisual displays that weave through time, touching on the pre- and post-Civil War periods, Alabama’s role in both world wars and the race to the moon.

Civil Rights Memorial Center

400 Washington Ave.
Montgomery, AL
Trip Advisor Rating: 4.5/5 Stars

Montgomery was the epicenter of the fight for civil rights. The Civil Rights Memorial Center is sponsored by the Southern Poverty Law Center and it provides a powerful educational experience throughout the facility. Visitors can also choose to watch a 20-minute film about the Civil Rights Movement and the Civic Rights Memorial itself. The memorial features an engraved wall honoring those who gave their life for Civil Rights.

If a new Nissan vehicle would make your trip to any of these museums easier, make an appointment with a Jack Ingram Nissan product expert today.

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