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  • Outdoor Activities

    »BJCC Arena

    With seating for over 19,000, the BJCC Arena is nothing short of impressive. The arena has an open-beam ceiling, making it an ideal venue for major events like the Southeastern Conference, Sunbelt Conference and NCAA's Mens' Football Tournament. Top artists hold concerts at this arena, and events like the Barnum & Bailey Circus have even made cameos here. Home to the Birmingham Steeldogs, the BJCC Arena is equipped with lighting, sound, scoreboard, video production and telecommunication facilities.

    2100 Richard Arrington Boulevard North
    Birmingham, AL 35203

    »Birmingham Greyhound Racing

    You may have come across the hand drawings of these creatures on Egyptian walls. Now you can catch them in live action at the Birmingham Race Course. Watch these graceful animals chase on the race grounds. If you grow fond of them you can even adopt an ex-racing greyhound, with the help of Greyhound Pets of America organization. Check the website for details and the schedule of events.

    1000 John Rogers Drive
    Birmingham, AL 35210

    »Kelly Ingram Park

    Kelly Ingram Park is a beautiful treasure trove of sculptures standing on the green. Formerly known as the West Park, it is located just opposite the Baptist Church. Bound by 5th and 6th Avenues North and 16th and 17th Streets, the park served as the staging ground for much of the Civil Rights Movement and contains many commemorative sculptures of heroes who fought for racial equality during that time. Kelly Ingram Park is now a place to come and participate in the festivals and programs that take place throughout the year.

    16th Street North & 6th Avenue North
    Birmingham, AL 35203

    »Ruffner Mountain Nature Center

    This outstanding nature center situated on the site of an iron ore mine was closed in the 1950s and reopened as a nature refuge in the 1970s. Visitors to this mid-city refuge can explore the former quarries and ore crushers, hike 10 miles of trails, watch hawks soar, study rock formations and enjoy the wildflowers and wildlife.

    1214 81st Street South
    Birmingham, AL 35206

    »The Peanut Depot

    Since 1907, this historic building's ovens have been roasting thousands of pounds of peanuts for sports stadiums across the South, grocery stores and hungry passersby. Try a bag of hot, freshly roasted goober peas. You can purchase 30-pound boxes or even a whole truckload.

    2016 Morris Avenue
    Birmingham, AL 35203

    »Bill Battle Coliseum

    Bill Battle Coliseum, in the campus of Birmingham Southern College is an arena with a capacity of 2000 seats. Home of the college's Panthers basketball team, this arena is named after Bill Battle Jr., the athletic director of Birmingham Southern College. Apart from the sports events it can also be used for conferences and concerts. The Coliseum is a part of Edward L. Norton United Methodist Center and has various facilities from ample parking space to locker rooms for visitors. The coliseum is connected via an underground tunnel to the adjacent Striplin Sports Centre.

    900 Arkadelphia Road
    Birmingham, AL 35254

    »Legion Field Stadium

    Legion Field has seen countless football matches--professional, college, and otherwise. This world-class football stadium is home to the University of Alabama Blazers, and the grass field has seen lots of action in its 68 years. In 1927, the field was named in honor of the American Legion and stands as a testament to those who gave their lives for their country.

    400 Graymont Avenue West
    Birmingham, AL 35204

    »Five Mile Creek Canoe & Company

    Sure, Alabama is a partially landlocked state (with the ocean several hours away), but that doesn’t mean you can’t escape the hustle and bustle of the city and be on the water within 20 minutes of downtown Birmingham. From March through November, Five Mile Creek Canoe & Company offers canoeing and kayaking on 26 miles of Alabama waters. Rental rates start at USD25 for canoes and USD20 for kayaks. No padding experience? Don’t worry. They’ll give the inexperienced a short lesson. Tubing is also available. Reservations are required, with at least three days notice. Owned by the city of Brookside. - Terah Shelton

    325 Cardiff Street
    Brookside, AL 35036

    »Air Alabama

    If you wish to see Alabama in a different way, consider taking a ride on a hot air balloon. Air Alabama is the only hot air ballooning company in the Birmingham, Alabama area. They offer hot air balloon passenger flights as well as special occasion flights. Sunrise - their a 90,000 cubic balloon and Enlightened - a 77,00 cubic feet accommodates a pilot and up to three passengers. Each flight is over an hour, with views of the Alabama landscape. Considering a career in aviation? Air Alabama offers hot air balloon pilot training. Reservations are required. Passenger flights are price at $200.00 per person. - Terah Shelton

    4916 Pittman Avenue
    Birmingham, AL 35210

    »Rickwood Field

    Rickwood Field was built in 1910 for in the city's professional baseball team, the Coal Barons. Rickwood Field has since been restored to look the way it did in its 1940s heyday, all the way down to the hand-operated scoreboard. Wearing old-time uniforms, the Birmingham Barons play the annual Rickwood Classic. Baseball greats who played at Rickwood include Babe Ruth, Rogers Hornsby, "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, Ty Cobb and Birmingham's own Burleigh Grimes, the last legal spitball pitcher in the big leagues. Rickwood was also home to the Birmingham Black Barons Negro League team, which brought the likes of Satchel Paige, Piper Davis and local teenage phenomenon Willie Mays to play here. There is no charge to visit Rickwood; inquire about admission prices for the Rickwood Classic and other special events.

    1137 2nd Avenue West
    Birmingham, AL 35204

    »Birmingham Zoo

    See more than 1000 different animal species from around the globe, from the Siberian tiger to the San Esteban Island chuckwalla. Of course, there are lions, tigers and bears, as well as giraffes, geckos, a white rhinoceros and gorillas. If your feet get tired, hop aboard the Zoo Express Train. ZooSnoozes, their overnight camping program, is available by reservation. Also, check out the zoo's many classes, which are fit for visitors of all ages.

    2630 Cahaba Road
    Birmingham, AL 35223

    »Birmingham Botanical Gardens

    Birmingham's warm climate ensures that something is always blooming at the Botanical Gardens. Enjoy spring azaleas, summer roses, fall leaves and winter camellias as you tour the extensive grounds. Or, step inside the Southeast's largest clear-span glass greenhouse to enjoy orchids and other tropicals. Visit the Japanese Tea House and Garden and the Southern Living Garden, plus vegetable, fern, iris and other special gardens. Other attractions include the Gatehouse Gift Shop, a café and a library. Lectures, demonstrations, concerts and other events occur almost daily; inquire for a schedule. Admission is free. All paths are wheelchair and stroller-accessible.

    2612 Lane Park Road
    Mountain Brook, AL 35223
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