Tag along with Bham Now to 6 of Birmingham’s coolest museums (VIDEO)

You can find this incredible view at museum #6! Photo via Beth Cunningham for Bham Now

Hang out with us as Bham Nower Chaise shows you 6 museums in the city that bring people to Birmingham from all over the world.

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1. Civil Rights Institute

The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is a living memorial with an ongoing mission. It is a walking journey through the living institution, which displays the lessons of the past as a positive way to chart new directions for the future.


  • Tickets: $15
  • Address: 520 16th St N
  • Website

2. Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

The Alabama Sports Hall of Fame is where heroes live forever. It’s located in the Uptown district and is one of the largest sports halls of fame in the nation.

  • Tickets: $5
  • Address: 2150 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. N.
  • Website

3. Southern Museum of Flight

The southern museum of flight is one of the largest aviation museums in the southeast. It features over 100 aircraft, educational displays, flight simulators, and memorabilia from the earliest history of powered flight.

  • Tickets: $7, active military + families get in for free
  • Address: 4343 73rd St N
  • Website

4. Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum has the world’s largest motorcycle collection. In addition to motorcycles, you will also find classic cars, race cars, motorbikes, and a whole lot more.


  • Tickets: $15
  • Address: 6030 Barber Motorsports Parkway
  • Website

5. Birmingham Museum of Art

The Birmingham Museum of Art is one of the top museums in the south and it’s located right in the heart of downtown. It’s home to an original Monet and has artwork dating all the way back to Ancient Egypt.

  • Tickets: Free Admission (donations appreciated)
  • Address: 2000 Rev. Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd. North
  • Website

6. Vulcan Park and Museum

Did you know Vulcan Park and Museum is home to the largest cast-iron statue in the world? Vulcan was cast from Birmingham iron in 1904 and has looked over the city since the 1930s. The interactive museum examines Birmingham’s history, and the public park has some of the best views of the city.

  • Tickets: $6, park is free to enjoy
  • Address: 1701 Valley View Dr
  • Website

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