I am very grateful for the return of tourists, to our beautiful Birmingham, from the April and September tornadoes that cut a swath through many of our neighborhoods. Birmingham, Alabama is within the Dixie Alley or Tornado Alley and we are buffeted with hurricanes and storms coming mainly off the Gulf Coast. Due to its proximity to the central Gulf Coast, makes Birmingham a city which provides Appalachian mountain activities, …
I lived in Birmingham, AL for fifteen years. During that time, I saw the tail-end of its transformation from a bustling industrial town to a commercial center. While Birmingham is not truly a tourist destination, those who happen to be there for family or business reasons can find ways to entertain themselves should they be willing to spend some time in their rental car. Birmingham itself has little to offer, …
AreaVibes ContributorPosted on May 03, 2010
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What are the best things to do in Birmingham?Birmingham, AL has always been a city that I've wanted to visit. I've done a little research and found a bunch of interesting things to do in Birmingham including: Vulcan Park and Museum, Birmingham Zoo, Museum of Art, Talladega Speedway and a few others. I'm hoping someone can recommend some other things to do in Birmingham that are a little off the grid. What are some things that only locals …
AV JonPosted on Jan 11, 2011
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