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Birmingham Quick Guide

Present-day Birmingham is synonymous with “American Idol” winners Ruben Studdard, and Taylor Hicks, and formidable season four runner up-Bo Bice, who hails from nearby Helena. But the “Magic City” was on the map as a place of interest decades before these native sons crooned their way into the limelight and into America’s living rooms, thus putting the “205” on everyone’s radar, including that of Partners for Livable Communities, a non-profit organization that has counted Birmingham among “America’s Most Livable Communities.” The Birmingham story is rich with history, from its earliest beginnings as the “Pittsburgh of the South” (a moniker that pays homage to it’s industrial roots in iron and steel) to its pivotal role in the Civil Rights Movement, to today’s Birmingham, the “Diverse City,” which has an economy driven by banking and healthcare. Birmingham’s City Hall is located at 710 North 20th St. The Chamber of Commerce is located a few blocks away at 505 North 20th St. Both offices have a wealth of useful information available to help residents navigate city agencies and services.

Getting Around or Getting Away


Map driving directions from Birmingham to areas such as Hoover or Vestavia Hills, or get there using the MAX bus system.

Travel Planning

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Where to Go in Birmingham

Birmingham is a lively southern metropolis offering a variety of places to go and things to do. From its live music scene to culinary pursuits that include everything from barbecue to bistros, Birmingham has something for everyone. There’s no shortage of outdoor venues to visit and enjoy in Birmingham. Oak Mountain State Park, home to The Wildlife Center, is located in nearby Pelham. The upscale neighborhood of Red Mountain is also where you’ll find Vulcan Park and the iron statue that pays tribute to the Roman god of fire and the forge. Those who crave fast action will want to visit the legendary Talladega Superspeedway, made even more famous in the recent comedy, “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby,” starring Will Farrell.

Things to Do in Birmingham

Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park is a single venue with double impact: It tells the story of the forge’s heyday, melting tons of ore that would be wrought into tools and armaments for the Confederate Army, and how it was reduced to a pile of rubble by a calvary from Iowa during the Civil War. Tannehill also doubles as a 1,500-acre outdoor oasis, with tranquil settings that betray its stormy past. The park is a favorite for nature-lovers and outdoor enthusiasts who hike, bike, horseback ride and more. Craving art and culture? The Birmingham Museum delivers, with its special exhibits and some 21,000 works in its collection. Or, for a scientific twist, pay a visit to the Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences.

Popular Birmingham Attractions

Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame
Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Tannehill Historical State Park

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