Activities & Resources
Blogs & Sites
Location: 2016 Morris Avenue, Birmingham, AL
The Peanut Depot has been roasting nuts the old fashioned way for over 100 years, and still supplies legions of ballparks around the US.
Take a factory tour, or just purchase some fresh...
Location: 16th & 17th Streets & 5th & 6th Avenues, Birmingham, AL
Kelly Ingram Park is a four acre park that served as a central staging ground for demonstrations during the American Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.
Commemorative statues of Dr. Mar...
Location: Highland Court South & 28th Street, Birmingham, AL
Rhodes Park is a dog friendly patch of green, and one of the home of the annual Doo Dah Day fest, which benefits local animal shelters.
Location: 900 Arkadelphia Road, Birmingham, AL
The Meyer Planetarium, on the Birmingham Southern College campus, is open all year long, except during holidays or college closings.
Public presentations are held one Saturday or Sunda...
Location: 20 32nd Street N, Birmingham, AL
Sloss Furnaces produced iron for nearly 90 years, providing the materical to build the city of Birmingham. Nowadays, it offers metalworking classes for adults, tours for history buffs, and serv...
Location: 1012 Dunnavant Valley Road, Birmingham, AL
Over 4 acres of fun for the whole family! Go Karts, miniature golf, water wars, huge arcade, redemption prizes, indoor playground, laser tag, laser maze, miniature bowling, parents lounge, toddler pla...
Location: 520 16th Street North, Birmingham, AL
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute allows visitors to learn about the Civil Rights movement through permanent exhibits and rotating exhibitions and programs.
Location: 1731 First Avenue North , Suite 120, Birmingham, AL
Birmingham History Center offers an array of displays and artifacts that preserve the history of Birmingham, Jefferson County.
Location: 2000 Eighth Avenue North , Birmingham, AL
The Birmingham Museum of Art contains an extensive collection of Asian, European, American, African, Pre-Columbian, and Native American art.
Location: 2630 Cahaba Road , Birmingham, AL
The Birmingham Zoo is home to more than 200 species, including birds, reptiles, and mammals. One of the zoo's highlights is its Trails of Africa exhibit, which houses a herd of African b...
Location: 200 19th Street North , Birmingham, AL
McWane Science Center offers four floors of hands-on science exhibits and Birmingham's only IMAX theater.
The Go Card is a multi-attraction pass with unlimited admission to top attractions and tours for one low price. Individual city Go Cards can be purchased for cities like Boston, Miami, O...