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Birmingham, AL Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 72
Total Sleeping Rooms 9,066
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 757
Committable Meeting Rooms* 83
Convention Center Space 220,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 220,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 25,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $96
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $59
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $156
*Maximum for a single hotel

Birmingham, AL Things to Do and Attractions

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and District

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The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute features richly detailed exhibits related to life in Alabama from the late 1800s to the present. With its mission to "enlighten each generation about civil and human rights by exploring our common past and

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Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

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Boasting the world's largest collection of its kind, the impressive Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum houses an amazing collection of more than 1,200 vintage and modern motorcycles and racecars, and the largest collection of Lotus cars. The museum's

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Birmingham Museum of Art

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Founded in 1951, the Birmingham Museum of Art is the largest museum of its kind in Alabama. World-renowned for its comprehensive Asian art collection and largest collection of Wedgwood outside of England, the Birmingham Museum of Art is home to more

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McWane Science Center

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One of Birmingham's most popular attractions, the modern McWane Science Center features four floors of interactive exhibits and an IMAX Dome theater celebrating all things science. Opened in 1998, the science center is home to such exhibits as

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Vulcan Park and Museum

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The Vulcan Park and Museum is home to the world's-largest cast iron statue and Birmingham city icon, the 56-foot-tall statue of Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and forge. The Vulcan statue was first created for the 1904 World's Fair, and has since

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Highlands Bar and Grill

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Specializing in French-inspired Southern cuisine, Highlands Bar and Grill on Birmingham's Southside offers a daily changing menu of regional foods prepared with classic French techniques. Guests visit the sophisticated, low lit restaurant for such

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Hot and Hot Fish Club

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Run by James Beard Award-winning Chef Chris Hastings, Hot and Hot Fish Club is known for its modern approach to blending Southern, French and California styles in its ever-changing entrée and cocktail selections. Housed in a historic Southside

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Bottega Restaurant and Cafe

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Bottega Restaurant and Cafe specializes in Italian fare, served in its upscale main dining room with leather banquettes, white marble and grand staircase, and its more casual cafe, which features Pompeii red walls, a brick wood-fired oven, long bar,

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GianMarco's

Blending Italian charm and southern hospitality, GianMarco's serves traditional Northern Italian fare paired with a chef-driven wine list. This inviting restaurant serves such entrees as wild mushroom ravioli with marinara, black truffle paste and

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Galley & Garden

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Graced with a chef's table, balcony seating and outdoor gardens, the sleek, tailored Galley & Garden serves modern American- and French-inspired cuisine with Southern influences. Seasonal selections include seared Maine diver sea scallops with

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Oak Mountain State Park

As the largest state park in Alabama, Birmingham's Oak Mountain State Park spans 9,940 acres and offers more than 50 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails. The park also features two fishing lakes and a recreational lake, complete with pedal

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Birmingham Zoo

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More than 500,000 visitors flock to the Birmingham Zoo each year to visit the 800 animals representing 200 species housed among the zoo's lush 122 acres. The zoo is home to many endangered species hailing from six continents, and serves as a

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Splash Adventure Waterpark

The 200-acre Splash Adventure Waterpark is home to such thrills as a nine-story slide, 4,600-square-foot misting maze, 800,000-gallon wave pool and 50-foot plunge that takes riders into a totally enclosed spin tube and then a splash pool. The

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Sloss Furnaces National Historical Landmark

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The 32-acre blast furnace plant, now known as Sloss Furnaces National Historical Landmark, gives visitors a glimpse into Birmingham's industrial past. The only 20th-century blast furnace in the U.S. preserved and interpreted as a museum, Sloss

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Railroad Park

Lovingly called "Birmingham's living room," the 19-acre Railroad Park celebrates the industrial and artistic heritage of the city, as well as serves as a venue for local recreation, family events and more. The park connects downtown Birmingham with

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