Vulcan - click photo for link Birmingham is a medium-size city in north-central Alabama with so much to offer. The city has a strong history of steel manufacturing and Civil Rights, which are highlighted in some of the local attractions including The Vulcan Statue, Sloss Furnaces, and the Civil Rights Institute.
A new generation of Alabamians has gained interest in revitalizing the heart of downtown Birmingham. The new Regions Park Baseball Stadium, Railroad Park, several local breweries, and loft apartments are changing the face of the city. Nationally-renowned restaurants are located just minutes from Downtown in the historic Five Points South area.   Whether you are interested in nightlife or more family-centered attractions, Birmingham has it all.

Regions Field - click photo for link    Railroad Park - Click photo for link

The medical district is located just adjacent to the downtown area. With the addition of many new buildings in the past few years, including the Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children, UAB and Children’s of Alabama have become literal pillars of the community.


We hope you will come visit our beautiful campus and city and see why people call Birmingham “The Magic City.”

Click here for a link to the Birmingham Convention and Visitors Bureau for more to see and do in Birmingham!

Articles about Birmingham:

Feature article about Birmingham in Delta Sky Magazine June 2013

Article about Birmingham in National Geographic Traveler

Featured in NBC Today Show’s Where to Travel in 2013