Discover some of the attractions and great things to do while in Birmingham!


Kelly Ingram Park
Take a walk through Birmingham’s Civil Rights history.

Linn Park
A seven-acre urban park in the centre of Birmingham settled between City Hall and the Jefferson County Courthouse.

Regions Field
Nationally recognized baseball field and home of the Birmingham Barons minor league baseball team.

Railroad Park
City park with walkways, green space, outdoor fitness, skate bowl, restaurants nearby brewery and more.

Vulcan Park
Home of Vulcan, Birmingham’s colossal statue, the world’s largest cast iron statue and considered one of the most memorable works of civic art in the United States.

CityWalk BHM (Coming soon)
Over 31 acres under the the I59/20 corridor with green space, market places, outdoor learning, skate park, beer and wine garden and more.


Birmingham Barons
Minor league baseball (Chicago White Sox Double A Affiliate)

Birmingham Legion FC
Professional USL Soccer

Birmingham Squadron
NBA-G League (New Orleans Pelicans Affiliate)

South Eastern Conference (SEC)
Birmingham serves as the headquarters to what many call the most powerful conference in college football.

Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC)
Birmingham serves as the headquarters to the SWAC which represents sports and championships of 12 premier HBCUs

Magic City Surge
The Surge is a part of the American Basketball Association (ABA) which is a men’s professional basketball league

Encore Theatre & Gallery
A Birmingham original for black stage plays, concerts and cultural art work.

Red Mountain Theatre
A non-profit theatre that fosters artists with regular shows and education.


Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Find out more about Birmingham civil rights past and community.

4th Avenue Business District
The heart of black business and entertainment between 1908 – 1941, the 4th Ave Business District still features several stores, restaurants, monuments, theaters and a black owned bank

Birmingham Museum of Art
Experience national and local artwork and exhibits as well as great social events.

Birmingham Zoo
Great times and learning for the entire family can be found at the Zoo.

Birmingham Botanical Garden
Enjoy the beauty of plant life and green education all year long

16th Street Baptist Church
Historic church where 4 Little Girls lost their life in a racist bomb attack.

A.G. Gaston Motel
Opening soon historic hotel that hosted many civil rights leaders

Legion Field
Historic football field that hosted numerous Iron Bowls and currently the Magic City Classic

Negro Southern League Museum
Discover the history of Negro League Baseball and more

Five Points South
Popular Work/Live/Play District featuring a variety of businesses, restaurants and night life.

Uptown Birmingham
Downtown Entertainment District across the street from Protective Stadium and walking distance from the BJCC featuring restaurants, hotels, sports and concerts.

Comedienne Joy takes you to some of Birmingham’s hot spots and unique places on this fun and always energetic ride.