Birmingham Tourist Attractions: 11 Places To Visit

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Planning to visit Birmingham? Check out our Birmingham Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Birmingham.

Best Places to visit in Birmingham:
Sloss Furnaces, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Birmingham Zoo, McWane Science Center, Birmingham Museum of Art, Barber Motorsports Park, 16th Street Baptist Church, Railroad Park, Alabama Theatre, Oak Mountain State Park, Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve

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Birmingham Unitarian Church on a Saturday Morning 001

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It’s Saturday, May 16, 2009 at BUC. I had to come in to clean up and do some set up since we had such a busy morning here at the church. It just felt so alive, it made me want to share with you a Saturday morning here at BUC.

Haunted Historic Church & Cemetery Exploration (BIRMINGHAM, PA)

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WARNING: This video is for entertainment purposes only and is not intended to be viewed for any reason other than that. Some of the images in this footage may be offensive to some viewers. I do not recommend exploring any property shown without proper permission. Trespassing is a crime and may result in prison time and or fines. Some of the footage shown may be from third party cameramen or videos that are then edited by me. I’m not a professional filmmaker or explorer and take a lot of risks inside of dangerous places for entertainment. I’m not responsible for any actions YOU the viewer take while exploring abandoned properties and do not condone doing it. I simply do it as a hobby and enjoy sharing the experience with you. Parental discretion is advised.

Ram-Headed Southern Storyteller (Birmingham, Alabama)

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We stopped by to take a small video of it. Unfortunately, we had a horrible homeless person swearing at us most of the time. PRO TIP: You might want to visit in the day, or, stay in your car lol.

Ram-Headed Southern Storyteller
Address: 20th St. S., Birmingham, AL
Directions: 5 Points. 11th Avenue, 20th St. S and Magnolia S.


Some folks look at Frank Fleming’s “The Storyteller” sculpture and only see a human body with the head of a goat. To be fair, you don’t normally find something like “ram-man” (as he’s known) on public art in the Deep South — unless you’re looking at one of Fleming’s other sculptures.

Is it godless New York liberal culture in Birmingham? Is it an after-midnight rendezvous for red-eyed pagans? Are the five frogs listening to goat-guy really arranged at the points of a satanic pentagram?

Ram head.
Well, no. Fleming (1940-2018) was an Alabama native. He sculpted animals because of Southern and older storytelling traditions employing smarty-pants creatures (think Br’er Rabbit), and because he wanted to convey the idea of storytelling as a “peaceable kingdom.” He also wanted the sculpture to interest children.

The Storyteller sits on a stump, reading to his animal pals from an open book, holding a tall staff topped with an owl. The audience animals sit on circular platforms, a hare rides on the back of a tortoise. Five frogs spit water arcs crisscrossing the fountain.

It’s in front of a Methodist church, where we’d expect a Christ counseling his flock rather than Ram-Man. But the sculpture’s satanic connection is an urban legend. The only hellish thing we noticed is its location — in the heart of Birmingham’s busy Five Points district, which meant we had to park several blocks away in order to walk to see the sculpture.

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Heaviest Corner on Earth – VIDEO TOUR (Birmingham, Alabama)

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Taking a look at the “Heaviest Corner on Earth” in Birmingham, AL 🙂

The Heaviest Corner on Earth is a promotional name given to the corner of 20th Street and 1st Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama, United States, in the early 20th century.

In the early 1900s, four of the South’s tallest buildings were constructed at 20th Street and First Avenue in downtown Birmingham. A magazine proclaimed it “The Heaviest Corner on Earth.” A marker at the site reads: “At the turn of the 20th century, Birmingham was a small town of two and three story buildings with a few church steeples punctuating the skyline. During the industrial boom from 1902 to 1912 which made Birmingham the largest city in the state, four large buildings were constructed at the intersection of the city’s main streets. The Woodward Building (now National Bank of Commerce), constructed in 1902 on the southwest corner, was the city’s first steel-frame skyscraper. A good example of the Chicago school style of architecture, it brought a dramatic change to the vertical scale of the existing Victorian city. In 1906 the 16-story Brown Marx Building rose on the northeast corner; in 1908 an addition more than doubled its size. Long the South’s largest office building, its principal tenant was United States Steel Corporation. The Empire Building (1909, northwest corner) and John A. Hand Building (1912, southeast corner) completed the ‘Heaviest Corner.’ Sheathed in marble, limestone, and terra cotta, they exemplify the more ornamental neoclassical style. Along the cornice of the Empire Building (now Colonial Bank), ‘E’s’ stand for the Empire Improvement Company, which built the tower. At the time, the height and mass of the buildings was so impressive that the intersection of First Avenue North and 20th Street was proclaimed the heaviest corner on earth. Today these buildings represent the most significant group of early skyscrapers in the city.”

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Emotional Birmingham Wedding // Brittany & Paul (4K)

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Brittany and Paul are two of the kindest and sweetest people. The excitement of their family and friends is a testament to how loved they are.

Their rehearsal dinner was at The Club and overlooked downtown Birmingham, Alabama. The night was full speeches that had everyone laughing and crying!

After waiting 4 and a half years, Brittany and Paul were overjoyed it was finally their wedding day. Paul could not stop telling Brittany how beautiful she was when he first saw her. Their wedding day was so full of heartfelt and memorable moments, you have to watch their film!

Wedding Location ::: Birmingham, Alabama
Church ::: Bluff Park United Methodist
Reception Venue ::: Ross Bridge
Planner ::: AK Brides (Anita Kanellis)
Cinematography ::: Hampton Road Studios
Photography ::: Eric & Jamie Photography
Florist ::: HotHouse Design Studio
Hair & Makeup ::: Rawwbeauty
Bride ::: Modern Trousseau from The White Magnolia, Atlanta
Bridesmaids ::: Bella Bridesmaids
Guys ::: Mr. Burch Formal Wear
Caterer ::: Ross Bridge
Cake ::: Sweet Magnolia Cakes by Julie Hendrick
Donuts ::: Heavenly Donuts
Band ::: Big Swing & the Ballroom Blasters
Lighting ::: Design Productions
Calligraphy ::: Carol Faust
Invitations ::: Annabelle’s
Programs ::: Weezie B Designs
Transporation ::: Rare Transportation & Coats Classic Cars






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Stock Footage – Malcolm X Giving Speech About Self Defense and Birmingham Church Bombing

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Visiting Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Museum in Birmingham, Alabama, United States

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Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is a large interpretive museum and research center in Birmingham, Alabama that depicts the struggles of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s.

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‘Kingdom’ from ‘Mapped Out By Love’ Oasis Church Birmingham uk

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1st glimpse of a song ‘Kingdom’ taken from the new worship album from Oasis Church Birmingham – called

Oasis Church Loving God, Loving People – Vol 1
‘Mapped Out By Love’