What a wonderful stop in Montgomery. We visited the museum this past weekend and it was as if we were stepping back in time, to the romantic era of the south. When you walk in the front door you are greeted by an extremely knowledgeable curator, who spends hours a day talking about the life of Scott and Zelda. Inside, is a quaint warm house filled with letters, ledgers, pictures, and what I found extremely interesting, Zelda's artwork. Her access to the great artists of her time, such as Picasso and Georgia O'Keeffe are evident in her own artwork. This opens your mind to imagining the roaring twenties and the eccentric life they led. The museum is a must see for any age, a tangible place where time seems to stand still for a moment, long enough to wrap you mind around these two and their impact on our world.