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The Alabama Governor?s Mansion is a historic estate in Montgomery, Alabama. It was built in 1907 for Robert Fulwood Ligon Jr., son of General Robert Fulwood Ligon. It became the executive residence of the governor in 1950 when the old residence was turned into offices and then sold off to the Montgomery Academy before it was demolished in 1963.

The Alabama Governor?s Mansion is a Neoclassical Revival mansion designed by Weatherly Carter. It was first occupied by General Gordon Persons and his family. It has 17 primary rooms, a series of gardens, a swimming pool shaped like the state of Alabama, guest house, tennis courts, stone grotto water feature, and a large pergola.

The Alabama Governor?s Mansion is open to tourists under the project of the First Lady and Friends of the Mansion organization started by Patsy Riley.
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