Quality Inn & Suites
941 Fort Dale Road
Greenville, AL 36037
Phone: (334) 371-1674
Fax: (334) 371-0133
941 Fort Dale Road, Greenville, AL, US, 36037
- Phone: (334) 371-1674
- Fax: (334) 371-0133
A 30,000 seat stadium, renovated in 2003, is home to Troy University's football team. Visit the website for schedule and ticket information.
Established in 1941, the Capri Theatre has been at the center of entertainment for the people of Montgomery. Operated by the Capri Community Film Society, this iconic movie theater hosts arthouse as well as mainstream movies from the past. Sit back and relax in the old world charm of this theater while you catch up on movies from across the world.
This cinema features the latest movies and great concessions.
Home to the Alabama State Hornets football team, this large stadium plays host to a variety of college and community events.
Located in the the Tullibody Fine Arts Centre at the Alabama State University, this theater is used by the students to practice and host theatrical events regularly. Concerts are also held at this facility and so are plays and musicals. The arena can hold up to 300 people at one go and has some of the most modern facilities that one can expect. Many famous artists have also performed at this theater making it well know all over Birmingham.
What started off as Movie Palace more than seven decades ago, 'Davis Theater' now belongs to the Troy University. This rental theater has a seating capacity of 1200 and serves as a venue for concerts, dance performances, ballet recitals and various other performing arts. A favorite venue to the Alabama Dance Theater, this place may not be as large as some of the other venues but certainly has a class to it.
Universally known as Buena Vista, the Montgomery-Janes-Whittaker House is regulated as a house museum. This two-and-a-half-story house consists of well-built fanlights on the front doors, spiral staircase, balcony and beautiful plaster work. This Federal style estate features on the National Register of Historic Places.
Union Station or Montgomery Station was built in 1898 by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company but by the 1960s the station was hardly used anymore and was eventually closed in 1979 by Amtrack. It now serves as a unique concert venue and also houses a visitor's center. The Union Station Train Shed has been declared a Monument of Historic Importance.
Montgomery Performing Arts Centre is a state-of-art facility in downtown Montgomery that has been the center for entertainment for a long time now. It is large enough to run Broadway shows, concerts, operas and even comedy, dance and kids shows. The venue is spacious with a sophisticated surround sound system and very comfortable seating arrangement giving you a good view of the stage. You could check out the membership schemes wherein you get discounts on shows held here and information about future shows.
Riverwalk Amphitheater is a lovely addition to the Montgomery riverfront. The riverfront location on the banks of the Alabama river makes it a perfect spot for hosting picnics, concerts, movies and plays. This amphitheater is done up with the best facilities including the state-of-art surround sound system and a fountain of water stream toward the sky for children to play in. It also provides a stunning view of the lake making it a perfect venue for quiet evenings and sightseeing.
This minor league baseball stadium is home to the Montgomery Biscuits. As a top rated ballpark in the South, this venue features a variety of concession stands, comfortable seating and conveniently located right downtown.
Founded in 1986, this group presents a variety of performances including both classical and contemporary works. There are two major productions during the year and a performance in the summer.