At various periods in their lives, F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald called Montgomery, Alabama their home. With Stepping Out with Scott and Zelda, you have a handy guide for touring the city and seeing the sights that the Fitzgeralds' would have enjoyed from day to day. Ranging from an old Confederate cemetery to a swanky country club, the Fitzgeralds' Montgomery is sure to enchant both visitors and natives alike.Stroll back in time with Stepping Out with Scott and Zelda, a tour and travel guide that reveals the places and people that made up the Fitzgeralds' lives during their time in Montgomery. Visit Zelda's childhood home in the quaint Cottage Hill neighborhood, with its ornate Victorian mansions and charming houses with gingerbread trim. See where Scott, as a lieutenant during World War I, first saw this Southern city and would change his live forever in meeting a young woman at a country-club dance. Explore historic Old Cloverdale's winding tree-lined streets and enjoy their 1931 rental home, now an important literary museum. Featuring photographs and period postcards from the era, Stepping Out with Scott and Zelda is the perfect way to ring in the new Roaring Twenties.