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Sloss Quarters, adjacent to Sloss Furnaces, were designed specifically for African-American workers. They were typical shotgun-style structures, with two rooms set on foundation posts and no indoor plumbing.
Established since the 1890s, this district is a notable reminder of how social and economic class distinctions were formed in the black community.
Award-winning interactive museum, EcoScape outdoor clasroom, EcoArt workshops for school children. Learn about your enviroment and how to make it better.
One of the largest aviation museums in the Southeast with more than 75 aircraft, artifacts and dioramas telling the story of a century of flight.
State-of-the-art 44,000-sq.-ft. indoor sports facility. Indoor soccer, flag football, parties, kids' classes, corporate events. Full-service caf© with spectator seating.
That's Sew Gee's Bend, Inc., formed in 2007, to make the quilts, songs, and stories of Gee's Bend quilts more accessible to the citizens of Alabama.
Tuxedo Junction was a nightlife center for African Americans from the 1920s to the 1950s. Erskine Hawkins played here as a child and named his 1939 hit "Tuxedo Junction."
Home to world's largest cast-iron statue. Enjoy panoramic views of Birmingham and hear stories of Birmingham's past, present and promise for the future.
Par-3 course with sand traps, Bermuda greens, driving range, practice putting greens, pro shop, club repair.
Located in the historic Dr. Pepper Bottling Plant near the Farmers Market at Pepper Place. Features Alabama wines, muscadine and grape wines, cold plates. Garden access during special events.