Hear that? It’s the sound of all of us counting down to the holidays! If you’re ready to get in a festive mood too, don’t miss these 8 Christmas parades and holiday events in Birmingham.Continue reading “8 holiday events in Birmingham to make your season bright”
Voting is on everyone’s mind nowadays and we’re all looking forward to our voices being heard. But what about the leaders who advocated for our right to vote—specifically women’s right to vote? Check out Vulcan Park & Museum’s outdoor movie event and screening of “The Fight for the Noblest Democracy: Women’s Suffrage in Alabama” on October 16th. Keep reading for the deets.Continue reading “Catch a movie on the lawn + more October 16th at Vulcan Park & Museum”
Thanks to our good friends at Vulcan Park and Museum – Vulcan – the world’s largest cast iron statue and best known symbol of Birmingham is once again the center of attention on Independence Day.Continue reading “Celebrate 4th of July with Vulcan all day long, from Magic City Market Place to Thunder on the Mountain”
The Magic City’s biggest attractions continue to open up. Last week, it was the Birmingham Zoo and Vulcan Park and Museum. This week, Topgolf and the Birmingham Botanical Gardens are reopening on Monday, June 15th.Continue reading “Reopening update: Vulcan Park and Museum, Topgolf, Birmingham Botanical Gardens and more are back”
The Magic City has no shortage of beautiful views—but one of the most unique perspectives are at our local parks. Check out these ways to support our beautiful nature preserves!
If you can’t make it out to one of Alabama’s parks right now, many of them are going virtual—learn more!Continue reading “Love nature? Learn how to support 5 of Birmingham’s beautiful parks!”
Have you seen Vulcan recently? Then you may have noticed he looks a bit different. Read on to find out what he’s up to and why.Continue reading “Vulcan Park & Museum offers hope to Birmingham with special unity light show”
In conjunction with their new women’s suffrage exhibit, Vulcan Park & Museum is hosting a one-act, two-person play about the struggle for equal voting rights in Alabama. The play kicks off on March 5 at 2PM and 6PM, so grab your tickets now before they sell out!Continue reading “Don’t miss Pattie and Josephine: Waiting in Alabama, a one-act play at Vulcan Park & Museum on March 5”
Each year, Vulcan Park & Museum hosts a new exhibit in their fabulous Linn-Henley Gallery. Since 2020 is the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, Vulcan Park & Museum will honor the fight for women’s suffrage with a new exhibit,”Right or Privilege? Alabama Women and the Vote” which opens on January 17.Continue reading “Sneak peek at the new women’s suffrage exhibit at Vulcan Park & Museum, opening Jan 17”
The holidays are a time to relax, catch up with friends and enjoy the company of family. However, for many of us, this isn’t always the case. The holidays can easily turn into a marathon of cooking, decorating, shopping and giving—but not this year. Here are 10 ways to kick the holiday stress in Birmingham!Continue reading “10 Ways to Kick the Holiday Stress in Birmingham”
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.
Check out this video! ⬇️Continue reading “Tag along with Bham Now to 6 of Birmingham’s coolest museums (VIDEO)”
SponsoredContinue reading “3 reasons to check out Vulcan AfterTunes–including our giveaway to Sept. 29th show!”
When is there not a good time to visit Vulcan? We just can’t think of any! He’s the largest cast-iron statue in the world and the unifying symbol of Birmingham. Here are 5 reasons to honor our 56-foot tall friend, including a new snack and beverage kiosk at Vulcan Park and Museum where you can enjoy cold drinks in the hot sun, and a glass of wine or beer as the sun goes down.Continue reading “5 reasons to raise your glass to Vulcan. New beer and wine options after 5PM on the weekend”
Touring Milwaukee, Wisconsin anytime soon? Skip, the Miller and PBR brewery tours. The first place you should visit is the new National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum’s and its newest occupant – Birmingham’s own Bobblehead Vulcan.
Have you ever wondered what the Fourth of July Alabama Bicentennial Fireworks Show at Vulcan Park and Museum looks like “before” the big show begins at July, 4, 9:00 PM?
We got photos.
Vulcan Park and Museum, known for the largest and most extravagant Independence Day celebrations in the state, are planning the biggest one yet for July 4th, 2019! Get ready to be thrilled by a choreographed display of 2,500 fireworks in honor of Alabama’s bicentennial and our nation’s birthday. We’ve pulled together a list of the best viewing spots in Birmingham, parties and tips for making the most of the extravaganza.Continue reading “Your ultimate guide to the Fourth of July Alabama Bicentennial Fireworks Show at Vulcan Park and Museum. Watch parties, tips and photo contest!”