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  • 1 The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    520 16th St. N. USA - Birmingham, AL 35203

    Anchoring the Civil Rights District, this self-directed museum and memorial (1992, J. Max Bond Jr.) guides visitors through a series of engrossing multimedia and three-dimensional exhibits that bring the drama and tumult of the American civil rights ..

  • 2 Sloss Furnace National Historic Landmark Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    20 32nd St N USA - Birmingham, AL 35222

    The key role that iron played in the city's history is evident today at Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark, which is now a covered/open air facility that hosts concerts, festivals and other special events throughout the year.

  • 3 Vulcan Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    1701 Valley View Dr. USA - Birmingham, AL 35209

    This 56ft-tall, cast-iron Guiseppe Moretti sculpture presides over the city of Birmingham. This is the world's largest cast-iron statue. The magnificent statue is in Vulcan Park. The park has great views and WiFi Internet access.

  • 4 Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Interesting

    Religious buildings

    1530 6th Ave N USA - Birmingham, AL 35203

    Designed by African-American architect Wallace Rayfield, this twin-towered church (1911) was bombed by white racists on Sunday morning, September 15, 1963. Four young girls were killed in this tragic event.

  • 5 Birmingham Museum of Art Interesting

    Museums and art

    2000 8th Ave. N. USA - Birmingham, AL 35203

    A modern building near Birmingham's bustling convention district, the museum houses an outstanding collection of Wedgwood pottery, as well as noteworthy holdings in Asian art and one of the finest collections of Vietnamese ceramics in the US. Don't m..

  • 6 Civil Rights District Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    USA - Birmingham, AL 35217

    Birmingham's Civil Rights District commemorates sites where civil rights activists banded together and changed the face of America with their protests during the 1960s.

  • 7 Kelly-Ingram Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Fifth Ave. & 16th St. USA - Birmingham, AL

    Across from the Civil Rights Institute lies quiet Kelly-Ingram Park, where sculptures by James Drake evoke some of the more horrific events that took place here. The park was the staging ground for many rallies, demonstrations and marches during the ..

  • 8 Five Points South Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    University Blvd USA - Birmingham, AL

    Streets in Five Points South, the city's revitalized 1890s shopping, strolling and entertainment district near the University of Alabama campus, are lined with restaurants, bars and cafes.

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