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To be in Birmingham is to be in the arms of the South. Where the energy is palpable and a spirited nature is tempered by cosmopolitan charm. It's to be in a place that's as modern and contemporary as it is classically southern. And to experience something you won't soon forget.

Where to Stay

The hotels in and around Birmingham are more than simply a place to lay your head overnight. From location and amenities options to reputation and price, the right accommodations can make all the difference in your overall experience. Find a place that's right for you.

Start the weekend with a considerably less formal – but no less impressive – breakfast with a decadent donut indulgence. At both Heavenly Donuts and Hero Donuts, you'll find an amazing assortment of unique donut offerings from custard- and crème filled to beignets, cinnamon rolls and apple fritters.

The lineup and schedule for this year's Sloss Music & Arts Festival has been released.

Sloss Fest is an annual music festival held at Birmingham's Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark. The headline acts for this year's Sloss Fest are Chris Stapleton, Arcade Fire, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, and Griz. For tickets and more information, go to https://slossfest.com/

School is out, and science is IN at McWane Science Center! Join us for special days including McWane's 20th Birthday Bash, camps, deals, IMAX films and much more!

Dinosaurs in Motion : Dinosaurs in Motion engages and educates the visitor using magnificent, fully interactive, life-size metal dinosaur sculptures created by North Carolina artist John Payne. An amazing blend of science, art and innovation, these life-sized metal sculptures will captivate visitors while their exposed mechanics illustrate science and technology principles in a fun and engaging way.

IMAX: Two new films are coming to the IMAX Dome this spring. ‘Backyard Wildness' and ‘Pandas' . ‘Everest' which first debuted in the IMAX Dome 20 years ago is back! Check below for special IMAX giveaways and combo ticket deals.

Blue Star Museum Partnership : Labor Day through Memorial Day, McWane is partnered with Blue Star Museums to provide FREE admission to active duty military and their family.

Vaudeville Days

Built in 1914 for B.F. Keith's Vaudeville circuit, the Lyric is one of few theatres still existing today that was specifically designed to maximize the acoustics and close seating needed for vaudeville shows. Major stars such as the Marx Brothers, Mae West, Sophie Tucker, Will Rogers and Milton Berle played the Lyric. Berle said it was “as fine a theatre as any in New York.” During the 1920s, it was the custom to attend shows at the Lyric Theatre on Monday nights—if you could get a reservation. Tickets cost from 25 to 75 cents. In the summertime, air was fanned over two tons of ice a day to keep guests cool. Though seating was segregated, the Lyric was one of the first venues in the South where blacks and whites could watch the same show at the same time for the same price.


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