10 Top Tourist Attractions In Birmingham 

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Birmingham Civil Rights Institute - Visit one of the famous attractions that takes you on a journey that tells how civil rights advocacy was done in the 1950s and '60s.

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Bartow Arena - It is home to the men's and women's basketball teams of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, as well as the women's volleyball team.

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Vulcan Park and Museum - Vulcan Park was named after the Vulcan statue and is the largest cast iron statue in the world.

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McEwen Science Center - Take yourself or friends and family to this interactive and enjoyable complex.

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Ruffner Mountain Nature Center - Begin your adventure here at the visitor center, where you can view live animals including snakes, owls, and turtles.

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Legion Field - Construction on this historic stadium began in 1926 and when it was completed in 1927, it was named after the American Legion.

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Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum & Park

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Sips N Strokes - As long as you have drinks, you can't go wrong creating your masterpiece! The name of this place says it all.

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Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival - Although this event only lasts one weekend in August, it's worth planning your trip to see it.

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Birmingham Art Museum - This museum has art for everyone; Its unique and diverse selection means that you are sure to be pleased with at least one of the many collections.

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