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Amusement Park

Alabama's largest Water & Theme park has more than 90 acres of family fun, including rides, shows, and attractions. Plan your adventure today.

Indoor Recreation Site

Experience a thrill like no other! Speed-lovers, be prepared for the newest attraction taking over the Birmingham, AL area; European style indoor go-karting! Our 53,000 square feet state-of-the-art facility in Jefferson County, AL is the largest completely indoor karting facility in Alabama. This means perfect racing conditions every day. This means perfect racing conditions every day. Satisfy your "need for speed" in one of our unique, high speed electric Italian pro-karts. These F1 inspired karts reach speeds of up to 50 mph! Our attractive, upscale facility has the latest technology to make sure your experience is second to none!

Golf Course

Voted #1 public course in Birmingham area by fellow members of Dixie Section PGA 6th straight year. Bent grass greens.

Flea Market

New and used tools, jewelry/coins, auto accessories, cell phone accessories, air brush, designer clothing and shoes, carpet, new/used furniture, antiques/collectibles, household items, furniture.

Museum

Housed in the Southern Railway Terminal built in 1916. Artifacts include documents, photographs, Civil War, mining, Native American, and the 1,000,000th Pullman Standard Boxcar.

Historic Site

DeBardeleben Park is located in historic downtown Bessemer, Alabama. It's a beautiful 4 block park with green grass, trees for shade, gazebo, picnic tables, and historic statue.

Historic Site

Variety of shopping and sightseeing options. Home to Alabama's oldest restaurant, The Bright Star, many renovated buildings dating back to 1887.

Golf Course

Frank House Municipal Golf Course is the course for golfers to come and really have fun on the course. Come tee it up at Frank House!

Historic Site

Preserved and operated by the West Jefferson County Historical Society.

Historic Site

In 1923, Dunbar High School opened as the "Bessemer Colored School," serving grades one through 12. Renamed Dunbar High School in 1928, it continued in use until 1960.

Historic Site

Preserved and operated by the West Jefferson County Historical Society.