Presidents Day is this Monday, February 18. It’s officially called “Washington’s Birthday” to commemorate George Washington, the first U.S. president. So, how does this impact your Monday in Birmingham? Keep reading to find out.
I’ve always enjoyed things secondhand: hand-me-downs from my older sister, thrift shop accessories and all things antique. I’m new to the Magic City, so I figured I’d get acquainted by finding all of the best antique stores around town and call it work. Whether you’re an avid antiquer or you’ve never shopped secondhand before, Birmingham is full to the brim with hidden gems waiting to be found. Here are the top 10 antique stores in Birmingham you have to visit:
If you can’t tell by the red and pink aisles overflowing with stuffed teddy bears and boxes of chocolate at the grocery store, it’s almost Valentine’s Day. And that’s great, but let’s be honest, the real celebration starts the day before… on Galentine’s Day. It’s not quite anti-Valentine’s Day— which we also have a guide for if you’re into that—but more of a pre-game for it.