Birmingham Things to Do

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  • 1. Vulcan Park and Museum

    The statue of the Roman god of the Forge, Vulcan is the unofficial symbol of the city of Birmingham. The 56-foot statue is the largest cast iron statue in the world, and was created for the 1904...

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  • 2. Alabama Theater in Birmingham

    Saturday, March 8th, Tony and I was urban hiking in Birmingham and when I rounded the corner and saw the "ALABAMA THEATER" and the marque all lite up..I was so...

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  • 3. Statue of Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth

    Saturday, March 8th, Tony and I was enjoying our Urban hiking in Birmingham. We arrived a little too late to go inside the Civil Rights Institute but we were...

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  • 4. Kelly Ingram Park

    Saturday, March 8th, Tony and I was urban hiking in Birmingham and we visited Kelly Ingram Park across the street from the Civil Rights Institute and 16th...

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  • 5. Statue of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Saturday March 8th, while Urban Hiking in Birmingham with Tony. We found the statue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. located in the Kelly Ingram park, which is...

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  • 6. Steiner Building in Birmingham

    he Steiner Building is a four-story office building located at 2101 1st Avenue North at the foot of the Rainbow Viaduct, on the southeast corner of the...

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  • 7. Caldwell-Milner Building and McAdory Building

    Caldwell-Milner Building (Left) and McAdory Building (Right) Birmingham, Al.)--Both on NRHPBuilt 1887At one time also known as Billiard Plaza for Guys and...

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  • 8. Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

    Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is a large interpretive museum and research center in Birmingham, Alabama that depicts the struggles of the American Civil...

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  • 9. Heaviest Corner on the Earth

    Saturday, march 8th, Tony and I was strolling around downtown Birmingham, AL and we found the "Heaviest Corner on Earth". At the corner, 20th Street and 1st...

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  • 10. First Presbyterian Church ... Birmingham

    Saturday, March 8th, Tony and enjoyed looking at all the gorgeous Architecture in Birmingham. With Gorgeous churches and buildings..I walked around in awe and...

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  • 11. Episcopal Cathedral of the Advent Church

    On Saturday, March 8th, Tony and I was walking around enjoying the lovely day..the weather was awesome. We were enjoying the churches and buildings and looking...

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  • 12. 16th Street Baptist Church

    Sixteenth Street Baptist Church is a Baptist church in Birmingham, Alabama which is frequented predominately by African Americans. In September 1963, it was the...

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  • 13. Lyric Theater

    Built in 1914 the Lyric featured entertainers from across the U.S. such as Buster Keaton, Will Rodgers, the Marx Brothers and Mae West. After its closing in...

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  • 14. five points

    the five points and highlands areas are the nicest parts of downtown birmingham. five points is birmingham's entertainment district and is an area that has a...

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  • 15. Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

    As we drove towards Birmingham on I-20, I saw that we were approaching the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. That hadn't been in my plans at all, but since the...

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  • 16. Sloss Furnaces

    We went in search of the Sloss Furnaces which, since it is a National Historic Landmark, I thought I might be able to get a passport stamp for it.It soon...

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  • 17. 16 th street baptist church

    the 16 th street baptist church was bombed by members of the klu klux klan on september 15 th 1963. four young african-american girls were killed in the bombing...

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  • 18. Iron & Steel Museum of Alabama

    This is an attractive, well designed museum on the Tannehill grounds. If you are interested in heavy industry and large machinery, this is for you. The museum...

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  • 19. Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park

    Near a busy campground, you can visit the granddaddy of Sloss Furnaces, the Tannehill Ironworks. Iron was produced here starting in the 1830s. The three...

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  • 20. Sloss Furnaces

    The Sloss Furnaces is a large iron foundry complex which operated from 1882 to 1971. Saved from demolition by preservationists, it is today a "stabilized ruin"...

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  • 21. Ruffner Mountain Nature Center

    The Ruffner Mountain Nature Center is a large nature reserve with superb trails, situated just a few minutes from downtown Birmingham. The trails are "threaded"...

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  • 22. 16th Street Baptist Church

    This is the Church which was bombed on September 15, 1963, by members of the Ku Klux Klan, resulting in the death of four little girls. The church wasn't picked...

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  • 23. Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

    The BCRI is located on a meaningful location: across the street from the notorious 16th St. Baptist Church, and near the once bustling African-American...

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  • 24. ingram park

    ingram park is located in downtown birmingham across the street from the birmingham civil rights institute and the 16 th street baptist church. this park has a...

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  • 25. mountain brook

    mountain brook is a wealthy community located just south of the city of birmingham. this hilly area has scores of beautiful estates on large wooded lots....

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