Explore eight decades of winged history with such historic aircraft as Huff Daland crop duster, the first Delta Airlines ... More
Southern Museum of Flight
Explore eight decades of winged history with such historic aircraft as Huff Daland crop duster, the first Delta Airlines plane, a 1910 Curtis Pusher and an F4 jet fighter. See artifacts from the Red Baron, Tuskegee Airmen (World War II black fighter pilots), notable female pilots and other aviation pioneers. The museum is conveniently located near the Birmingham International Airport. Group rates and family memberships are available.
Located at 1st Avenue North and 32nd Street, Sloss Furnaces is literally the birthplace of the city of Birmingham. The
furnaces, restored in 1983, were constructed in 1882 and produced steel for more than 90 years. In addition to ...
Join the 250,000 people who turn out for one of the Southeast's largest annual music festivals. With 150 acts and
10 stages, this popular event features a wide variety of musical styles from jazz and rock to folk, country ...
Located downtown near the University of Alabama Birmingham and its medical center, the Fish Market is the cheapest and possibly
the best seafood restaurant in Birmingham. The owners are from Greece, so the self service dining area is decorated ...