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Birmingham Displaying items 5 of 75

Historic Site

Formerly the A.G. Gaston Motel, facility provided Birmingham's only first-class lodging for African-Americans and served as gathering place for civil rights leaders in the 1960s.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Powered parachute flights, aircraft sales and pilot training.

Historic Site

Founded by Clinton Simpson Sr. as the New Breed Barber Shop, this is the only minority-owned private barber college in the state. Fee for course.

Museum

Operated by the Alabama Historical Radio Society, the Don Kresge Memorial Museum allows visitors to see and listen to radios manufactured more than fifty years ago.

Museum

Tribute to jazz greats with ties to Alabama. Lionel Hampton, Erskine Hawkins, Sun Ra, more. History from beginning of jazz to present.

Bessemer Displaying items 5 of 10

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.

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.

Chelsea Displaying items 2 of 2

Antique

22,000 sq.-ft. mall with over 80 dealers. English, French, primitives, and many decorator items from Dallas and Atlanta markets.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Playground, athletic field, picnic pavilion, paved walking trail, play meadow, swing set, restrooms. Three softball fields and a practice football field.

Fairfield Displaying items 1 of 1

Historic Site

In 1896, Miles College was founded by the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church. It was chartered by the State of Alabama in 1905 to educate African-American students.

Fultondale Displaying items 1 of 1

Historic Site

Located just south of Hardee's. Monument to northern Jefferson Co. veterans. All service flags on display. Hillside park with large boxwoods, beautiful landscaping. M60-A3 tank on display.

Helena Displaying items 4 of 4

Outdoor Recreation Site

Canoe and Kayak rentals for trips along the scenic Cahaba River. Trips range from 5 miles to 30 miles or more.

Antique

Home of Helena's original shopping district. Unique shopping opportunities and quaint dining venues. Top Places to Raise Kids: Business Week 2007: 2008 Municipal Achievement Award; Top 100 Places to Live in the U.S.: Money Magazine.

Historic Site

Home of Helena's original shopping district. Unique shopping opportunities and quaint dining venues. Top Places to Raise Kids: Business Week 2007: 2008 Municipal Achievement Award; Top 100 Places to Live in the U.S.: Money Magazine.

Boutique

Its more than a Hobby, Its a Lifestyle

Homewood Displaying items 1 of 1

Antique

American arts and crafts, Mission-style furniture and accessories. Represent 50 local artists.

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Botanical Garden

30-acre woodland garden featuring large hydrangea collection, including Snowflake hydrangea patented by Eddie Aldridge. Nature trail around 6-acre lake, art show, concerts, seminars, plant sales.

Outdoor Recreation Site

A 350 acre nature preserve abundant with trees, plants, rock outcroppings, streams, waterfalls, wildlife and other natural features. Enjoy hiking, bouldering, birding, etc.

Museum

Art gallery displaying Daniel A. Moore originals and fine art limited edition prints in the field of sports.

Golf Course

Opened in August 2005, this award winning resort and Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is secluded yet close to a vibrant city.

Shopping Mall

Spectacular skylights. 200+ specialty stores. Grande Atrium Park with restaurants, carousel. Also Wynfrey Hotel and class-A office tower.

Irondale Displaying items 2 of 2

Collectible

Andrea Lucas Studios is an eclectic stained glass and folk art studio located in the historic Irondale area, directly next to The Irondale Cafe.

Historic Site

Setting for novel Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe. Tourists from all 50 states and 20+ countries. Trains galore. Souvenir items. Lunch daily 11-2:30. Supper Mon thru Sat 5-7pm.

Leeds Displaying items 4 of 4

Outdoor

A 165,000 sq.-ft. superstore with area's largest selection of outdoor gear, clothing and accessories; hiking, backpacking, camping and wildlife equipment; gift/nature center; boat showroom.

Historic Site

Leeds Scenic Byway -- Downtown has been traveled by horses, wagons, and early automobiles. The byway meanders through a rural vista and small town where more than 33 homes, businesses, museums, and cemeteries display county, state or national historic markers.

Historic Site

Located on the Old Stage Coach Route, Rowan Oaks is the perfect setting for weddings, receptions, teas and other social events. Available for rental.

Outlet Mall

Home to more than 65 leading designer stores, including Banana Republic Factory Store, Guess, Kenneth Cole, Nine West, Nike, Tommy Hilfiger and others. Save up to 65 percent off regular retail.

Mc Calla Displaying items 5 of 5

Golf Course

Bar, grill, pool, restaurant, tennis. Par 36/72. 2575/5922 yds.

Historic Site

Preserved and operated by the West Jefferson County Historical Society.

State Park

Museum, gristmill, country store, pioneer cabins and remains of Tannehill Ironworks cold-blast furnaces which began Birmingham's iron industry. Cabins and pavillions available for rent.

Outdoor Recreation Site

The Trails at Tannehill has stabled horses and offers horseback riding, guided tours, and horseback riding lessons. Kids can enjoy pony rides. Campgrounds are now available for visitors to bring their own horses. Rent for birthday parties, weddings and picnics.

Historic Site

Original ancestral pioneer homes of the parents and grandparents of Dr. Thomas McAdory Owen, founding director of Alabama Department of Archives and History.

Moody Displaying items 1 of 1

Outdoor

It is the mission of the Department of Parks and Recreation to provide safe and healthy activities for children and adults in and around our community and to maintain a system that can be enjoyed by all.

Mt. Laurel Displaying items 1 of 1

Shopping Center

Traditional Neighborhood Developmnet, mom/pops shops, Irish Pub, Area 41 Pizza, Tea Shop, general store/grocery, parks, Stones Throw Bar & Grill in artistic development.

Pelham Displaying items 5 of 6

Science Center

Alabama's oldest & largest wildlife rehabilitation facility, AWC annually treats almost 2,000 native wild birds from over 100 different species. Visitors can enjoy paid or self-guided tours & observe patients via camera monitors or one-way glass viewing windows.

Golf Course

Please visit our website at www.ballantraegolf.com for rate information.

State Park

Golf course, driving range, snack bar, demonstration farm, horseback riding stable, swimming, campsites, cabins, picnic shelters, fishing, marina, bike and hiking trails on 9,940 beautiful acres. See campground listing on page 143.

Golf Course

Oak Mountain Golf Course is a public, 18-hole championship course (par 72) designed by Earl Stone. Repeatedly rated by Golf Digest to be among the top 50-75 public courses in the United States. Championship course with Bermuda greens and fairways, meandering water. Driving range and putting green; flat layout.

Indoor Recreation Site

2 ice rinks (lessons available), birthday party rooms with fireplaces, 7,200-sq.-ft. meeting and banquet facility, 30,000-sq.-ft. exhibit/concert area.

Trussville Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Mostly flat terrain, wide fairways.

Vestavia Hills Displaying items 2 of 2

Museum

Fine Art Gallery representing 50+ Alabama's best Artist. Bronze by Frank Fleming, whimsical wood sculptures, and functional art by Dale Lewis. Pottery by Larry Allen.

Indoor Recreation Site

Artists Incorporated Gallery featuring 50 Alabama artists and craftsmen since 1999.

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State Park

Miracle mile of underground caverns with 260-million-year-old limestone formations, cave tours. Modern campsites, swimming pool, picnic area, playground.