Birmingham Vacations

United States
While it grew up around the iron and steel industries, today's Birmingham is a major transportation hub and important business center, especially in the field of banking. During the 1950s and 60s, the city was also at the center of the Civil Rights Movement: today, it is still embedded in …

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Things to see and do in Birmingham

James Willamor | FlickrVulcan Park and Museum
Vulcan Park and Museum
acnatta | FlickrMcWane Science Center
McWane Science Center
ralph and jenny | FlickrBirmingham Zoo
Birmingham Zoo
Ahboon Net | Trip by SkyscannerAvondale Brewing Company
Avondale Brewing Company
Ami Measel | Trip by SkyscannerRailroad Park
Railroad Park
Ken Lund | FlickrLegion Field
Legion Field
danielthornton | FlickrBirmingham Museum of Art
Birmingham Museum of Art
argusfoto | FlickrRegions Field
Regions Field
ddw1272 | FlickrBirmingham Civil Rights Institute
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
ell brown | FlickrPepper Place Saturday Market
Pepper Place Saturday Market

Reviews of Birmingham

Kimberlee Gulley
Kimberlee GulleyHouston

Great location for black history. The South side of town is very eccentric, but interesting. There are a lot of restaurants and shopping off of highway 280.

hotdot2Lakewood, Colorado, USA

Birmingham is full of civil rights era history. Quaint town with lots of greenery and football pride!

Nerds on the Road
Nerds on the RoadAlamogordo, New Mexico, USA

We found at least one good restaurant and Sloss Furnaces and both made the city pretty interesting, its history is possibly my favorite part.

Gail Murphy
Gail MurphyCleveland, Ohio, USA

The Birmingham Zoo and Botanical Gardens across from the zoo are GREAT places to see when in Birmingham!!

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