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  2. Is Birmingham, Alabama, Safe to Visit in 2023? – Travellers

    In 1960, Birmingham was racially segregated and thus, the tribune for bombings, racist violence, and non-violent protests. Fast forward to 2022, and a whopping 3.6 million tourists visit Birmingham, Alabama, annually. A lot has changed, and Birmingham has morphed into one of the most attractive cities in America and across the world.

  3. Top 13 Things to Do in Birmingham, Alabama - TripSavvy

    Address. 1600 1st Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35233, USA. Phone +1 205-521-9933. Web Visit website. Located in the heart of downtown Birmingham adjacent to Regions Field—home of the minor league baseball team the Birmingham Barons—Railroad Park is a 19-acre urban green space and community gathering place.

  4. Birmingham, Alabama: Iron History, Civil Rights and Modern ...

    The Birmingham Museum of Art’s collections feature 26,000 ancient-to-modern works, as well as an ever-changing roster of exhibitions and events, for those who want a dose of seriously high culture. In the Theater District, the Alabama Theatre, a 1927 movie palace, offers films, shows, concerts and other performances in a gorgeous space.

  5. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Birmingham - Tripadvisor

    An anchor for redevelopment in a once blighted part of town, the McWane Center has stimulated private investment in…. 2023. 4. Birmingham Botanical Gardens. 512. Gardens. By 326triciaf. Several "hidden" paths to explore, rock and man made bridges, waterfalls, fish, etc. 2023.

  6. 17 Best Things to Do in Birmingham, AL (for 2023)

    Recommended Hotel Nearby: Holiday Inn Birmingham-Airport, an IHG Hotel. Related: Best Things to Do in Alabama. 17. Pepper Place Saturday Market. 2829 2nd Ave S. Birmingham, AL 35205. (205) 705-6886. The Pepper Place Saturday Market is a fantastic location for you to shop for budget-friendly items and produce.

  7. History. Though Birmingham stands in the heart of the Deep South, it’s not an Old South city. Founded in 1871 at the crossing of two railroad lines, the city blossomed through the early 1900s, growing so rapidly that people said it was “just like magic,” earning the new town the name “The Magic City.”. Iron and steel production were a ...

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