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Sixteenth Street Baptist Church

128-year-old historic church is significant part of Birmingham's Civil Rights District. Renovated structure is site of infamous 1963 bombing that killed 4

Birmingham, AL Historic Churches

Vulcan Park

Largest cast-iron statue in the world, 2nd largest in U.S. (after Statue of Liberty). Created for 1904 World's Fair, representing industrial might of Birmingham. 10

Birmingham, AL Parks


Riverchase Galleria

Stand beneath spectacular skylights. Enjoy more than 200 specialty stores, or stroll through Grande Atrium Park with 14

Birmingham, AL Galleries

Bessemer Hall of History Museum

Housed in renovated Southern Railway Terminal. Contains artifacts, documents, photographs, 1800s furnishings and farm implements, Civil War collection relating to 1862 28

Bessemer, AL Museums


Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Oldest municipally owned garden in Alabama. 67 acres containing more than 25 display gardens, largest clearspan greenhouse in Southeast. C. Beaty Hanna Horticulture &

Birmingham, AL Botanical Gardens

Rickwood Field

World's oldest ballpark. Currently being restored to original appearance. Was completed in 1910 and was home of Birmingham Barons, Birmingham Black Barons, and Oakland A'

Birmingham, AL Ballparks


Alabama Sports Hall of Fame Museum

Original memorabilia from 200+ inductees, including Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, boxer Joe Louis, track and field greats Jesse Owens and Carl Lewis. 2 Heisman trophies, 3

Birmingham, AL Museums

Aquatic Gardens

From large waterfalls to quiet streams, plus Birmingham'

Birmingham, AL Gardens

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