In Montgomery, Alabama, a beautiful house that F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald lived in for just six months between 1931-32 is now a museum. The house was saved from demolition in 1986. In 1999 it became the Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum, which is divided into four main areas covering six different time periods with both Scott and Zelda getting equal attention. The collection includes amazing flapper memorabilia made and worn by Zelda, family photos, writings from Scott (including a letter written to Ernest Hemingway), and the second largest collection of Zelda’s artwork. In galleries five and six called “Zelda Without Scott” and “Zelda’s Last Years,” visitors can see the paintings and paper dolls she created while in and out of sanatoriums. There is also a working manuscript for Zelda’s final novel. Although ignored in her lifetime, both her art and writings are now highly respected. Not only is F. Scott’s typewriter on display, but there are also early editions of his most well-known book The Great Gatsby when its working title was “Trimalchio in West Egg.” (no joke) So whether you’re fascinated with the lives of the Fitzgeralds or the 1920s era or just looking for something to do in Montgomery, I highly recommend adding this museum to your must-see list. My friend visited last summer and loved it.