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Bessemer Hall of History
1905 Alabama Avenue, Bessemer, AL, 35020, United States
Plan to visit the Hall soon to “relive” the history of the area through photographs, machinery, books and many other artifacts
0.2 miles Museum
Samuel Ullman Museum
2150 Fifteenth Street, Birmingham, AL, United States
The Samuel Ullman Museum was created to advance Ullman's vision by examining his civic, educational, and religious ideas and endeavors. The museum is a facility of the University of Alabama at Birmingham and exists through the efforts and contributions of citizens...
7.4 miles Museum
Rickwood Field
1137 Second Avenue, West, Birmingham, AL, 35204, United States
Today, Rickwood Field is being restored to the dazzling diamond of its early days. But, more than just preserving an historic structure, we are creating a place to relive the magic of baseball’s glory years. Why bother? Read the papers. Watch the news of the game....
9.0 miles Museum
Aldridge Botanical Gardens
3530 Lorna Road, Hoover, AL, 35216, United States
Aldridge Gardens is a 30-acre woodland garden featuring hydrangeas nestled in the heart of Hoover. In fact, for many years the property was the home of noted nurseryman Eddie Aldridge who discovered and patented the Snowflake Hydrangea. He and his wife Kay conveyed...
9.3 miles Botanic Garden
Arlington Antebellum Home & Gardens
331 Cotton Avenue, Birmingham, AL, 35211, United States
Arlington is a fine example of Greek Revival architecture dating from the 1840s. The house was built by Judge William S. Mudd, one of the ten founders of Birmingham. The house is furnished with a collection of 19th century decorative arts. Located on six acres in the...
9.6 miles Historic House
Southern Environmental Center
900 Arkadelphia Road, Birmingham, AL, 35254, United States
The Southern Environmental Center (SEC) is the largest educational facility of its kind in Alabama and can handle groups of up to 100 visitors at a time. In addition to its award-winning Interactive Museum and EcoScape Gardens, the SEC is also active in the...
10.0 miles Museum
Alabama Men's Hall of Fame
P.O. Box 292307, Birmingham, AL, 35229, United States
The Alabama Men's Hall of Fame exists to recognize those men native to or identified most closely with the State of Alabama who have made significant contributions on a state, national or international scale within their professional fields of activity an
10.1 miles Museum
Vulcan Park and Museum
1701 Valley View Drive, Birmingham, AL, 35209, United States
Vulcan is the world's largest cast iron statue; made of 100,000 pounds of iron and 56 feet tall, he stands at the top of Red Mountain overlooking the city of Birmingham. But, Vulcan is more than a statue. Vulcan Park and Museum features spectacular views of...
10.9 miles Museum
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
520 Sixteenth Street North, Birmingham, AL, 35203, United States
How to portray the past in a healing and non-divisive manner, while portraying the harsh truth, was a challenge to the founders of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. The idea that the city should build a museum-like facility to memorialize its civil rights...
11.3 miles Museum
Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame & Carver Theatre
1631 4th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL, 35203, United States
This art-deco museum honors great jazz artists with ties to the state of Alabama. While furnishing educational information, the museum is also a place for entertainment. Exhibits convey the accomplishments of the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Sun Ra and Lionel Hampton
11.3 miles Museum
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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