Introduction to Monroeville, Alabama
Monroeville is known as the Literary Capital of Alabama. It is the county seat and the community was named after Monroe County. The Monroe county was named after James Monroe, the 5th President of the United States.
Monroeville and nearby Attractions
- Old Monroe County Courthouse and Heritage Museum
- Claude D. Kelley State Park
- Southside Baptist Church
- Fort Hamilton
- Monroe Square Shopping Center
- Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
Things To Do In Monroeville
Monroeville has several attractions for visitors, like the Old Courthouse Museum which features rotating exhibits that pertain to Monroe County and Alabama history. It has excellent opportunities for golf and tennis at Vanity Fair Golf and Tennis Club. There are amusement parks like Claude D. Kelley State Park which is spread over a area of 960 acres and offers facilities like fishing, swimming, camping, hiking, playground, and picnic areas.
Air transportation is available from Pensacola Regional Airport.
Monroeville Higher Education
Higher education can be availed from Alabama Southern Community College, James H Faulkner State Community College, and The University of West Florida.