VULCAN PARK

Vulcan, Birmingham Alabama’s colossal statue is the world’s largest cast iron statue and considered one of the most memorable works of civic art in the United States. Designed by Italian artist Giuseppe Moretti and cast from local iron in 1904, Vulcan has overlooked Alabama’s largest city from atop Red Mountain since the 1930s.

VULCAN PARK

VULCAN PARK

By 1999, the 50-ton statue was in desperate need of repair. The surrounding
10-acre park was closed. Vulcan was removed from his pedestal. Realizing
Vulcan’s importance to the region’s history, city leaders sought public
support for its restoration, forming the non-profit Vulcan Park Foundation.
The foundation would oversee a master plan to return this colossal statue to
his 1904 grandeur. They also created a dynamic educational park complex
interpreting Alabama’s rich industrial history for both residents and visitors
from across the globe.


Today, thanks to public-private partnerships and a $15.5 million campaign,
this beloved symbol of Birmingham and the nation’s iron and steel industry
stands preserved and proud as the centerpiece of it rehabilitated and
expanded park, now referred to as Vulcan Park and Museum.

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