Alabama Attractions

Have you been to the Greater Birmingham Convention & Visitors Bureau yet? It has great minute by minute information on what to do in Birmingham.

Local Attractions:

The Birmingham Zoo has approximately 200 species of birds, reptiles and mammals. Seasonal attractions and special events offer an ever changing experience.

Vulcan Park and Museum – Vulcan is the world’s largest cast iron statue, cast in 1904. The Vulcan Park offers a spectacular view of the city, both from the ground and at the top of the Vulcan statue base.

Splash Adventure¬†features a wave pool, tube slides, a lazy river, zip lines, a wipe-out course, body slides and a children’s area. Splash Adventure is located in Bessemer Alabama.

The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is located in the historic Civil Rights District. Surrounded by the 16th Street Baptist Church, Kelley Ingram Park & the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, you can immerse yourself in Birmingham’s history.

The Birmingham Museum of Art is the largest municipal museum in the Southeast and one of the finest in the country.

The McWane Center is a hands-on museum for learning about the world through science. The giant IMAX-theater projects onto the 5-story-tall dome screen.

Visit the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, just 10 miles from downtown Birmingham for a relaxing evening on the 54-hole course.

The Barber Motorsports Park features racing of both motorcycles and cars on this 2.3 mile Road Course.

The Talladega Superspeedway can accommodate more than 143,000-seated guests and thousands more in the 121-acre infield.