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Attractions

Five Points South

Five Points South

11th Ave. S.

Birmingham, Alabama 35205

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You can people watch, dance to great live music, and enjoy fantastic dining at Five Points South, the city's top entertainment district. Stroll along the tree-shaded streets, or stop and admire the artistry of the Frank Fleming sculpture, "The Storyteller", at the famous fountain.

Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame

Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame

205-254-2731

1634 4th Ave N

Birmingham, Alabama 35204

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Visit the art deco Carver Theater to browse for memorabilia, or catch one of the regular performances by the Birmingham Heritage Band. Whether you're a jazz novice or afficionado, you're bound to be inspired in the city that produced Erskine Hawkins, creator of the jazz standard "Tuxedo Junction."

Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

205-699-7275

6030 Barber Motorsports Pkwy

Birmingham, Alabama 35243

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North America's largest motorcycle museum displays 325 motorcycles from several historical eras. Also, see the collection of vintage race cars. Admission is $10 for adults, $6 for children. Open 7 days a week, 10-5.

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

205-414-3900

2612 Lane Park Rd

Birmingham, Alabama 35223

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Walk amid a stunning array of flowers, shrubs and trees, while enjoying the calls of a wide variety of bird species. With hundreds of rare plants in the conservatory, and houses or gardens devoted to roses, camellias, desert plants, ferns, wildflowers and southern flora, the Botanical Gardens are a treat for all nature lovers. Don't miss the Japanese Garden.

Birmingham Museum of Art

Birmingham Museum of Art

205-254-2565

2100 Park Place

Birmingham, Alabama 35243

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The southeast's largest city-supported art museum houses more than 17,000 art works. European, American, African, and Asian works are included in the permanent collection. Be sure to take in the Wedgewood Collection, considered the best outside of Great Britain, and the Hitt Galleries, which house an impressive array of objects from eighteenth century France.

Birmingham Zoo

Birmingham Zoo

205-879-0408

2630 Cahaba Rd

Birmingham, Al 35243

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Alabama's most popular not-for-profit attraction, drawing more than 450,000 visitors annually. Approximately 750 animals of 250 species call the Birmingham Zoo home, including sea lions, cheetahs and endangered species from six continents. Don't miss the Junior League of Birmingham - Hugh Kaul Children's Zoo featuring animals of Alabama.