While you’re in Birmingham for the 2017 Steel City Jazz Festival… make sure you visit these local treasures – from Civil Rights landmarks to Great Eats. Most sites are walking distance from Linn Park in downtown Birmingham, including the six-block Birmingham Civil Rights District.
TOUR the historic 16th Street Baptist Church (1530 6th Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35203), site of the 1963 bombing that killed four young girls. (To schedule tours Tuesday through Saturday, call 205-251-9402).
MARVEL at the sculptures in Kelly Ingram Park (5th Avenue N & 16th Street), commemorating Civil Rights demonstrations that took place on site.
PARTICIPATE in multimedia exhibitions at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute 520 Sixteenth Street North) which document the journeys and struggles African-Americans and their path to Civil Rights.
(866–328-9696 — www.bcri.org)
Green Acres – 1705 4th Avenue North
Magnolia BBQ & Fish – 709 4th Avenue N
Homestyle Kitchen – 541-B Graymont Avenue
** Host Hotel **
2101 Richard Arrington Jr. Boulevard North
Birmingham, AL 35203
*Click on this link for special rates for 2017 Steel City Jazz Festival Attendees. Please book early!!! Rooms subject to availability.
**** SOLD OUT ****
2024 4th Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35233
Book Group Rate
821 20th Street South
Birmingham AL 35205
2300 Woodcrest Place
Birmingham, AL 35209
Book Group Rate
1820 5th Avenue South,
Birmingham AL 35233
811 Old Grants Mill Rd,
Birmingham AL 35210
Ask for Steel City Jazz Rate ($109.99+ for King Standard Rooms)
(Note: Must book before May 19, 2017 for discounted rate)