4599 Visionland Pkwy
Features two theme parks in one,Splash Beach Water Park and Magic Adventure Theme Park.
2726 1st Ave South
Birmingham's second largest performing arts organization is a ballet company of national significance.
2705 Alta View Dr.
Raising awareness and appreciation for the art of traditional craftsmanship, this organization hosts shows and offers a place for artists to display their work.
1631 4th Ave N
Located in the historic Carver Theatre. The theatre honors great jazz artists with ties to the state of Alabama.
1800 8th Ave N.
A public partially residential school in Birmingham providing tuition-free specialty instruction in the arts and sciences to students grades 7-12.
3621 6th Ave. S
(205)251-7727 or (205)251-6929
Entertaining audiences for over 70 years, they presents a variety of classical and popular musical compositions, and hosts, some of the finest guest artists in the world.
Across from Liberty Park,
(205)985-9488 or (800)288-7890
Designed to educate people about war, peace, and civic responsibility.
3530 Lorna Rd.
Features a variety of plants, shrubs, trees, and flowers, but the garden is widely known for its hydrangeas.
American Village, The
3727 Highway 119
Montevallo, AL 35115
(205)665-3535 or (877)811-1776
It is a recreated colonial village that invites visitors to enjoy the experience as they rediscover America's struggle for liberty and independence.
Arlington Antebellum Home & Gardens
331 Cotton Ave
Built by Judge William S. Mudd, this fully restored Greek Revival mansion houses numerous antiques and a collection of decorative arts.
6040 Barbers Motorsports Pkwy
It features a world class 2.3 mile road course, along with the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum.
6030 Barbers Motorsports Pkwy
Showcasing more than 700 motorcycles from around the world, the Barber Vintage Motorcycle Motorsports is the largest motorcycle museum in North America.
Bessemer Hall of History
1905 Alabama Ave.
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, this facility chronicles the history of Bessemer, Jefferson County, and Alabama.
3205 2nd Ave S.
Founded in 1908, they are a lively association of visual artists, writers, musicians, and art of enthusiasts.
100 Ben Chapman Dr.
Members of the Southern League, they play their home games a the 10,800 seat Hoover Metropolitan Stadium.
2612 Lane Park Road
Waterfalls, statuary and flora from throughtout the world are features of the 67-acre gardens.
520 16th St. N
The state of the art facility houses exhibitions of historical events from post World War I racial segregation to present-day racial progress. Group tours are available.
1901 1/2 11th Ave S.
Birmingham Festival Theatre is th oldest theatre in Birmingham producing comtemporary and classic theatre.
2000 8th Ave N
This museum houses an exceptional collection of over 22,000 works of art from many cultures, and features a multi-level outdoor sculpture garden.
Birmingham Music Club
1807 3rd Ave N.
The club continues in present to performers of national and international prominence to Birmingham audiences.
2100 Park Place
This extraordinary facility includes the Central Library, featuring a dramatic atrium, and the Linn-Henley Research Library, displaying beautiful wall and ceiling murals.
1000 John Rogers Dr.
Open year-round, Birmingham Race Course offers live greyhound racing and simulcast wagering from the nation's top greyhound and thoroughbred racing facilities.
2630 Cahaba Rd.
With nearly 1,000 animals on display, this zoo offers visitors an opportunity to observe and interact with the animal kingdom.
The Cahaba River is one of the region's natural wonders, noted for the variety of life species it supports. For information on the river and special canoe trips, contact the number above.
1715 27th CT.S
They offer a non-competitive and creative environment for students to express themselves, acquire skills, and have fun.
1919 9th St
(205)668-3435 or 800-943-4490
As the official railroad museum for the state of Alabama, the museum traces railroad history through historic railroad cars, artifacts, and memorabilia
200 19th St. N
(205)714-8300 or 877-462-9263
Featuring an IMAX Dome Theatre, this exceptional science center offers education, exploration, and entertainment for visitors of all ages.
900 Arkadelphia Rd.
(205)226-4771 or (205)226-4770
The planetarium at Birmingham-Southern College features a simulated look at the celestial bodies and outer space phenomenons.
107 20th St. S
Consists of 6,000 square feet of memorabilia up to 500 years old: books, magazines, newspapers, pamplets, brochures, letters, diaries, documents, posters, signs, ephemera, and many other one-of-a- kind items.
1807 3rd Ave N.
Founded in 1955, Opera Birmingham is committed to developing local and regional talent as well as presenting the finest opera productions.
2016 Morris Ave.
Open for tours and sampling, the Peanut Depot emanates the aroma of freshly roasted peanuts.
Eastern Valley Rd, Bessemer
Three restored pioneer homes on the outskirts of Bessemer offer a glimpse into Alabama's culturally rich history and heritage.
1700 University Blvd
Located on the campus of UAB, the Reynolds library is a collection of rare and important books, manuscripts, and artifacts in the medical sciences.
1214 81st St. S
A 1,000-acre nature preserve in the heart of the city, dedicated to preservation, education, and recreation for everyone. It has 11 miles of hiking trails. This historic landmark is a wildlife refuge that serves the Birmingham area.
Samuel Ullman Museum
2150 15th Ave. S.
(205)934-5634 or (205)930-0601
Dedicated to Samuel Ullman's vision, generosity, idealism, and optimism, this museum recalls his civic, educational, and religious ideas and endeavors.
Shelby County Museum and Archives
N. Main St.
Housed in the restored 1854 county courthouse, history buffs and genealogists will enjoy visiting this museum.
Southern Museum of Flight/Alabama Aviation Hall of Fame
4343 73rd St N.
There are 68,000 square-foot area are Wright Flyer and Curtiss Pusher replicas, radial engines, aviation, exhibits, computer simulators, and more.