Sweet Home Alabama! This map of Birmingham, Alabama shows major roads/highways, things to do, and general landmarks. Also, there is an interactive map provided by Google Maps.
Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama with just over 200,000 people. It is the largest city in the state of Alabama with a lot of unique, cultural experiences.
Birmingham Road Map
Interstate Highways: I-20, I-59, I-65, I-459
US Highways: 11, 31, 42, 56, 75, 77, 78, 79, 93, 119, 143, 269, 280, Bankhead Hwy, Bessemer Super Hwy, Decatur Hwy, Gadsden Hwy
Parkways: Center Point Pky, Pinson Valley Pky, Roebuck Pky,
Major Roads: 1st Ave, 20th St, 24th St, 3rd Ave, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, 8th Ave, 9th St, Arkadelphia Rd, Bessemer Rd, Birmingport Rd, Cahaba Valley Rd, Carraway Blvd, Crestwood Blvd, Eastern Valley Rd, Finley Blvd, Forestdale Blvd, Montevallo Rd, Oporto Madrid Blvd, Tallapoosa St, Vanderbilt Rd
10 Things To Do in Birmingham, Alabama
The top attraction to see in Birmingham is the Civil Rights Institute. But there are a whole lot more other unique and cultural experiences like these top 10 attractions.
2. Birmingham Zoo
3. Barber Motorsports Park
4. Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark
5. Red Mountain Park
7. McWane Science Center
8. Railroad Park Foundation
9. Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame
10. Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Reference Map of Birmingham
Airport: Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BMH)
Cities: Adamsville, Bessemer, Birmingham, Brighton, Center Point, Chelsea, Clay, Dora, Fairfield, Fultondale, Gardendale, Graysville, Homewood, Hoover, Hueytown, Indian Springs Village, Irondale, Leeds, Lipscomb, Midfield, Moody, Mountain Brook, Pelham, Pinson, Pleasant Grove, Sumiton, Tarrant, Trussville, Vestavia Hills
Towns: Brookside, Cardiff, Maytown, Mulga, North Johns, Sylvan Springs, West Jefferson, Westover
Census-Designated Places (CDP): Brook Highland, Concord, Dunnavant, Edgewater, Forestdale, Grayson Valley, Highland Lakes, McDonald Chapel, Meadowbrook, Minor, Mount Olive, Rock Creek, Shoal Creek, Vandiver