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First White House of the Confederacy, Montgomery

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  • This is an antebellum home that was used by Jefferson Davis and his family during the early months of the Confederacy when the capital was in Montgomery. It has a lot of lovely period pieces and the d...  more »
  • We walked in and was immediately met by a gentleman who introduced himself as Yankee Bob. He then let us know that the self-guided tour was "free, but as we all know nothing is really free." He then l...  more »
  • Welcomed by Yankee Bob you step into a beautiful foyer full of information. There are self guided tour books. This two story home shows furniture, clothing and relics from the 1800s from the Davis fam...  more »
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  • Incredible experience! The man that greeted us knew so much! The ladies that have kept this up are so dedicated and have created a great historical spot! Each room is put together as though Davis was there yesterday! Thank you!
  • The times we live in and the ways in which we have changed as a society can make this a complicated place to visit. It is part of our history though, so it has value both in acknowledging where we have come from and where we should go from here. The staff was very knowledgable and kept the history this place represents from being divisive.
  • Pretty cool little place. Doesn't take long to walk through, but definitely worth checking out!
  • Fun place to stop by and learn some civil war history
  • Nice piece of civil war history.