Cultural Attractions - Birmingham Alabama Art Museum
|Alys Robinson Stephens Performing Arts Center
The center for entertainment and education in Birmingham, this 4 venue state-of-the-art complex provides great music, dance, comedy and family entertainment that all ages & tastes will applaud. 1200 10th Ave. South (205) 975-ARTS OR 1-877-ART-TIKS
|Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center
Birmingham’s Convention Complex is more than just a venue for trade shows and conventions-it is the premier entertainment and community gathering place in downtown Birmingham. Check the events schedule for concerts, shows, and social functions happening throughout the year.
A staple in the Birmingham Arts community. The company treats audiences to annual favorites as the Nutcracker, along with a full schedule of contemporary-themed ballets. Performances are held at the Wright Center at Samford University and the Alys Stephens Center. 205-322-4300
|Alabama Symphony Orchestra
Annually performs more than 100 concerts, along with guest artists and special events. Most performances are held at the Alys Stephens Center. 3621 6 th Avenue South (box office) 205-251-7727
Built in the 1920’s, the theatre is one of the nation’s last operating palaces featuring first-run and revival films, concerts and special events. It is the “Showplace of the South” and is among the most elegant and elaborate theaters in the country.
|Barber Vintage Mortorsports Museum
Houses a collection of more than 850 motorcycles and 45 cars making it the largest in the US and possibly the world. Bikes from 17 nations and 125 manufacturers are represented. 6040 Motorsports Parkway 205-699-7275
|Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Captures the spirit and drama of the countless individuals – both well known and unsung – who dared to confront racial discrimination and bigotry. This is a “living institution” which views the lessons of the past in a positive way to chart new direction for the future. 520 16 th Street North 205-328-9696
|Birmingham Museum of Art
Nationally recognized for its permanent collection of more than 22,000 works of art dating from ancient to modern times, from cultures across the globe. 2000 8 th Avenue North 205-254-2565