When attending a Montgomery Biscuits game, you’ll want to arrive early and enjoy the area surrounding the ballpark. Downtown Montgomery is home to several excellent restaurants including Dreamland Bar-B-Que, which is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat if you want to enjoy an Alabama favorite before the game.
The neighborhood surrounding Montgomery Riverwalk Park is also home to the Hank Williams Statue and Museum, so country music fans will want to take some time before the game to check both of those out. You’ll also enjoy the opportunity to see the unique architecture of the ballpark, which was built out of an old train shed giving the stadium a one a kind feel you won’t find anywhere else in the Southern League.
Downtown Montgomery features a lot to see and do, so arrive early and explore the neighborhood before the game.
Old Train Shed
Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium is built out of an old train shed giving the ballpark a unique look and feel. Take some time before the game to enjoy the ballpark’s architecture before entering the stadium for the game.
Where to tailgate
Gameday ParkingParking is available for $5 in Lot #2, #3, #4, and the City Lot. The lots fill up quickly, so get here early and secure your spot before the game.
Downtown Montgomery Bars and RestaurantsDowntown Montgomery is filled with a variety of excellent bars and restaurants. Popular spots including Dreamland Bar-B-Que and Sa-Za are fantastic places to grab a bite to eat, and if you’re looking to get drinks before the game, you can’t beat The Aviator bar.