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Vulcan Park


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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-acre park, outdoor observation balcony overlooking city, visitor education center.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open 7 am- 10 pm. Tower open M-Sat. 10-10 (Center closes 6 pm), Sun. 1-6.
Address: 1701 Valley View Dr.

Phone: 205-933-1409
Fax: 205-933-1776
Our Website:www.vulcanpark.org

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