Oak Park Pavilion

This pavilion was one of the original structures built by the city of Montgomery in Oak Park after the land purchase in 1899. It was demolished in the 1930s when the city renovated the park following a plan from the famous Olmstead landscape architecture firm. In today's Montgomery Zoo, portions of the Olmstead plan remain in the granite pavilion housing the dining facility, Monkey Island, and the pathway layout.

Photo courtesy of the Montgomery Zoo

Appears In