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  • Attractions

    »Zamora Shrine Temple

    Zamora Shrine Temple is the Birmingham chapter of The Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, commonly known as Shriners which is an appendant order of the Freemasons. The Shriners run the charity Shriners Hospital for Children which helps children who are burn victims or suffer from serious orthopedic conditions. The Zamora Shrine Temple has facilities like an auditorium, kitchen, meeting areas and parking lots, which can be rented. It also has Z T's Cafe which serves good food in a clean dining area in addition to catering services.

    3521 Ratliff Road
    Irondale, AL 35210

    »Avondale Brewing Company

    The Avondale Brewing Company has made it a mission to combine the quirky and fascinating history of Avondale with the art of brewing craft beer. All of the beers are named after important locations or events in the history of the area, like the Battle Field IPA or the Spring Street Saison. The brewery offers tours several times a week which include some Avondale Brewing swag, and a beer or four tasters and a pint glass or taster glasses in addition to the actual tour itself. The brewery also hosts special events and live music from time to time.

    201 41st Street South
    Birmingham, AL 35222

    »Sloss Furnaces

    Located at 1st Avenue North and 32nd Street, Sloss Furnaces is literally the birthplace of the city of Birmingham. The furnaces, restored in 1983, were constructed in 1882 and produced steel for more than 90 years. In addition to the impressive furnaces, there is an industrial museum (with a slide show translated into ten languages), a sculpture garden, and a park. The furnaces are occasionally the site of concerts and festivals. This is one of the most fascinating places in Birmingham, and is entirely worth checking out.

    20 32nd Street
    Birmingham, AL 35222

    »The Peanut Depot

    Since 1907, this historic building's ovens have been roasting thousands of pounds of peanuts for sports stadiums across the South, grocery stores and hungry passersby. Try a bag of hot, freshly roasted goober peas. You can purchase 30-pound boxes or even a whole truckload.

    2016 Morris Avenue
    Birmingham, AL 35203

    »Birmingham Warehouse District

    Located in Downtown Birmingham, the warehouse district is a venue for various shows and concerts. With well-known restaurants, cafes and other attractions close to the venue this place is nice to spend quality time. You will be able to enjoy a concert or a show of a renowned artist here.

    18th Street & 1st Avenue South
    Birmingham, AL 35203

    »Linn Park

    Located in Downtown Birmingham, Linn Park and its environ is known for its promenade beauty. This well-manicured park is a great place to spend some quality time with family. It also hosts a number of festivals and stage performances year-round. Call the park in advance for specific listings. 

    710 20th Street North
    Birmingham, AL 35203

    »Birmingham Greyhound Racing

    You may have come across the hand drawings of these creatures on Egyptian walls. Now you can catch them in live action at the Birmingham Race Course. Watch these graceful animals chase on the race grounds. If you grow fond of them you can even adopt an ex-racing greyhound, with the help of Greyhound Pets of America organization. Check the website for details and the schedule of events.

    1000 John Rogers Drive
    Birmingham, AL 35210

    »Alabama Penny Savings Bank Building

    At a time when racial prejudice was at an all-time high, Alabama Penny Savings Bank offered African-Americans something almost unheard of: their own bank. Founded by William Reuben Pettiford in 1890, the Alabama Penny Savings Bank was the first black-owned bank in the state. Even more, they were the second largest black bank in the country, offering African-Americans the money they needed to finance homes, businesses, and churches. Before Alabama Penny Saving Bank closed in 1915, at one time, they conducted business as high as a half million dollars. Worth a visit to see an important piece of black history. 

    310 18th Street North
    Birmingham, AL 35203

    »Railroad Park

    Birmingham's Railroad Park is a 19 acre park that was created in 2010. The park has water features, trails, and lots of grassy space for playing and picnicking. The park often plays hosts to special events and concerts throughout the year.

    1600 1st Avenue South
    Birmingham, AL 35233

    »Kelly Ingram Park

    Kelly Ingram Park is a beautiful treasure trove of sculptures standing on the green. Formerly known as the West Park, it is located just opposite the Baptist Church. Bound by 5th and 6th Avenues North and 16th and 17th Streets, the park served as the staging ground for much of the Civil Rights Movement and contains many commemorative sculptures of heroes who fought for racial equality during that time. Kelly Ingram Park is now a place to come and participate in the festivals and programs that take place throughout the year.

    16th Street North & 6th Avenue North
    Birmingham, AL 35203

    »Good People Brewing Company

    Located to the south of Birmingham, Good People Brewing Company was established by a group of beer-lovers in 2008. They sold their very first keg on an auspicious day, July 4, which has favored the growth of this brewery. Good People Brewing Company has been rated as one of the finest beer makers in southern United States. Amongst their ales sold year-round, the Snake Handler and IPA come highly recommended. Visitors can participate in a tour around the brewery and get enlightened on the brewing process.

    114 14th Street South
    Birmingham, AL 35233

    »16th Street Baptist Church

    Situated along 6th Avenue, the 16th Street Baptist Church is a beautiful church in the heart of the city. Conceptualized as early as 1873, it has had a long history. The initial building was demolished in 1908 and the current structure was built in 1911 by the famous Wallace Rayfield. During the Civil Rights Movement, the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing killed four young girls. Today, the church continues to function with great vitality, and has also been declared a National Historic Landmark. Call to book individual or group tours.

    1530 6th Avenue North
    Birmingham, AL 35203
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