Places you should visit atleast once in Birmingham
To learn more about Birmingham's role in the civil rights movement, plan a visit to the Civil Rights District
Civil Rights District
Known as "Birmingham's Living Room," the 19-acre Railroad Park is where locals gather for recreational activities, concerts and special events
Birmingham Railroad Park
Spanning more than 65 acres, these gorgeous gardens are known for their diverse plant collections
Birmingham Botanical Gardens
The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute presents the moving story of the city's role in the civil rights movement, focusing not just on the past, but..
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Despite its small size, this art museum houses a notable and eclectic collection of Asian, European, Native American and..
Birmingham Museum of Art
There's something for everyone at Red Mountain Park, where miners once toiled to extract iron ore from the red soil
Red Mountain Park
One of the largest golf course construction projects ever attempted, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail showcases a..
Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail: Oxmoor Valley and Ross Bridge
If you're a gearhead, you won't want to miss George Barber's collection of motorcycles – the largest in the world, according to Guinness –..
Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum
Overlooking the city of Birmingham is a bearded man that pays homage to Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and forge
Vulcan Park and Museum
Kids of all ages will enjoy the interactive McWane Science Center
McWane Science Center
The art deco Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame is located in the Carver Theatre in the heart of the Civil Rights District
Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame