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Sixteenth Street Baptist Church


category : Historic Churches
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 young girls and brought world condemnation of racial violence.


Admission: Unknown
Hours: Open Tu-F 10-4, Sat. 10-1 and by appt.; groups by appt. only.
Address: 1530 6th Ave. N.
Phone: 205-251-9402
Fax: 205-251-9811

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