Places you should visit atleast once in Birmingham

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To learn more about Birmingham's role in the civil rights movement, plan a visit to the Civil Rights District

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Civil Rights District

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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

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Spanning more than 65 acres, these gorgeous gardens are known for their diverse plant collections

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Birmingham Botanical Gardens

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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

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Despite its small size, this art museum houses a notable and eclectic collection of Asian, European, Native American and..

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Birmingham Museum of Art

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There's something for everyone at Red Mountain Park, where miners once toiled to extract iron ore from the red soil

Red Mountain Park

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One of the largest golf course construction projects ever attempted, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail showcases a..

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Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail: Oxmoor Valley and Ross Bridge

Birmingham

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

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Overlooking the city of Birmingham is a bearded man that pays homage to Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and forge

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Vulcan Park and Museum

Birmingham

Kids of all ages will enjoy the interactive McWane Science Center

McWane Science Center

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The art deco Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame is located in the Carver Theatre in the heart of the Civil Rights District

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Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame

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