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HISTORIC CIVIL RIGHTS TOUR
Take a walk through history and discover the area & places where significant events in the American Civil Rights Movement took place. The district was designated by the City of Birmingham in 1992 and covers a six- block area.
Explore Birmingham’s burgeoning brewery sector and tour the facilities where one-of-a- kind craft beers are made. Enjoy your favorite local brew and discover new ones along the way.
GARDEN & ART TOUR
Experience an unparalleled cultural and educational experience of the highest quality at the Birmingham Museum of Art and then take a moment to smell the roses while touring the 67.5-acre botanical gardens at the southern foot of Red Mountain.
Don’t speed your way through this tour. Enjoy a 740 acre multi-purpose racing facility filled with over 750 vintage and modern motorcycles & racecars. Then cross the finish line with a tour of the South’s largest International Motor Speedway – Talladega!
RED MOUNTAIN PARK
Red Mountain Park attractions include over 15 miles of trails featuring 2 city overlooks, 3 tree houses and adventures such as the Vulcan Materials Zip Trip and Kaul Adventure Tower.
Tour the site to learn about the raw ingredients, how the furnace worked, the importance of Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham’s iron and steel industry and what it was like to be a worker during production.
Travel to the University of Alabama to visit the Paul “Bear” Bryant Museum in Tuscaloosa, AL. When you arrive back in Birmingham, you may visit Regions Field and the Negro Southern League Museum of baseball. Learn about football and baseball in one day!
WINE BLENDING AT THE GRAND BOHEMIAN
Your favorite wine just might be the one you blend yourself. Create your own bottle complete with your own label. You’ll learn a little, laugh a lot, sip and exchange stories with seasoned sommeliers.
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.
THEATRE DISTRICT TOUR
Travel back in time and visit two of Birmingham’s beautiful restored theatres – the Lyric and the Alabama.