Civil Rights Audio Tour
Hear historic information about civil rights attractions in Montgomery, AL along with excerpts from the civil rights pioneers who made a difference. Follow the path of civil rights history in Montgomery, AL.
Listen to the audio tracks now through our player below as you follow along on your downloaded copy of the Walking Tour brochure PDF.
Download the Walking Tour brochure (PDF 610kb)*
Download the Civil Rights Walking Tour audio files (ZIP MP3 65.9mb)
Are you planning a visit to Montgomery? Stop by the Montgomery Visitor Center, located downtown at 300 Water Street, in Historic Union Station. Here you can rent an MP3 player and follow the path of history as you visit the pivotal sites of the civil rights movement. The audio program, which provides a self-guided walking or driving tour of Montgomery’s Civil Rights sites, was created by Alabama Public Television. The audio program includes 21 tracks with information about the places and people who were instrumental in the Civil Rights movement, featuring their voices and unique stories, and enhanced by sound effects that help transport the listener to the place and time.
* The Walking Tour brochure is a PDF file that requires you to have a PDF reader to view. If you do not have one on your computer, you can download one at Adobe’s website for free.
This program is sponsored by Alabama Power Foundation, the City of Montgomery, Montgomery County, the Alabama Bureau of Tourism & Travel, and the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce Convention & Visitor Bureau.