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Birmingham Civil Rights Tour
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Birmingham Civil Rights Tour

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Attention all history buffs: skip the many generic city tours that skim over the city’s past and instead take a deep dive into Civil Rights history on a tour of the movement’s most relevant landmarks. By joining a focused small-group tour you can learn about the integral role Birmingham played in the Civil Rights Movement and get individual attention from your guide.
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Fernando J wrote a review Nov 2020
Long Beach, California359 contributions251 helpful votes
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In the middle of downtown, this old railroad track has been turned into a beautiful green belt trail. Relaxing atmosphere with plants and flowers all around. There are several benches to stop and relax and even a solar powered station to charge your phone. Great way to get some exercise in and see the area. Don't forget your sunscreen and your camera!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Terje D wrote a review Oct 2020
Birmingham, AL199 contributions79 helpful votes
I love the concept and it's a nice place for a little stroll to break up the afternoon. The landscaped part is quite short, but you can continue on a hike/bike trail to Sloss Furnace.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Brian D wrote a review Jun 2020
Asheville, North Carolina1,763 contributions305 helpful votes
We took a couple of morning strolls on the Rotary Trail and it was very nice. I wish more cities would do things like this.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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platinumforever wrote a review May 2020
Lund, Sweden156 contributions60 helpful votes
What a beautiful path. So well planned and nicely landscaped. Just wish it extended a few miles so it would be totally worth bringing our bikes to ride it.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Anne W wrote a review Jul 2019
Birmingham, Alabama91 contributions14 helpful votes
The trail, when completed, will cover quite a distance, but we walked only the part between 20th and 24th Streets South. They put some thought into the design and plantings. Being below grade, the noise of the city goes right over your head and you’re left in a peaceful spot. The benches are good for sitting to release the chaos of the day and to absorb the calm. There are even tables for picnicking or playing a game of chess or backgammon.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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