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Greyhound Bus Station

Historic Site

"Freedom Riders - challenged the custom of segregation in 1961 after the Supreme Court outlawed segregation in interstate bus and railroad stations. Bus riders, black and white, set out from Washington; their arrival in Alabama met with violence. Mobs attacked several buses in Anniston and firebombed one. In Birmingham and Montgomery, whites beat some riders and federal marshals had to be called out to prevent attacks." - The Birmingham News

Wheelchair Accessible

For more information visit:
http://www.greyhound.com

Greyhound Bus Station
618 19th St. N
Birmingham, AL 35203
205-252-7190
Hours of Operation
  • M-Sun. 6:30 a.m.-11:59 p.m. (call ahead before making travel arrangements)
Fees
  • Not provided