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Home » Alabama Museums » The Fitzgerald Museum

The Fitzgerald Museum

Address

The Fitzgerald Museum 919 Felder Avenue Montgomery, AL 36106

Phone

334-264-4222

Facts

The Fitzgerald Museum is dedicated to the lives and legacies of F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald. The house was built in built in 1909. Zelda Sayre is a Montgomery native and remained in Montgomery until her marriage to Scott in 1920. They lived here from 1931 until the spring of 1932. This was last home that the Fitzgeralds lived in. It located in the Cloverdale Historic District. The Fitzgerald Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit

Things To Do

View artifacts, Learn about Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald’s lives, artwork,
Call in advance to schedule a guided tour

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The Fitzgerald Museum