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Kelly Ingram Park, Birmingham

(4.2/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • The kids enjoyed the walking tour of the park. It was a great history lesson for the kids. The statues and monuments were amazing!  more »
  • I wanted to see the 16th Street Baptist Church where the 4 innocent girls were killed and this park was across the street. There's some nice "monuments" for them, MLK, etc. Its sad yet also moving to ...  more »
  • This park is Historial has to do with Birmingham and Civil rights. This park I do not recommend going at night only during the day.  more »
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  • This is "sacred ground" in Birmingham. It is a must visit place if you are here from out of town and it is a must visit place if you live here in Birmingham. The park is beautiful and you will leave a new knowledge of the important demonstrations that happened here and inspired to take on the challenges that we continue to face.
  • Beautiful. I've never seen a neon green butterfly until i visited here. Very important part of American History was captured here in statue and plaques. A lot of homeless people hanging in the park, but weren't a bother. They were very kind with greetings. We did happen to get one gentleman a meal at a Resturaunt called Ms B's a block away. We didn't eat there, so i cant give it a review.
  • Historic park with a lot of vagrants. I don't feel safe there.
  • Lovely park. I was immediately approached by a fella who I believe was homeless. He took me around and really gave me a good tour and told me things that I would not have known otherwise. He did expect to be paid for his services. That would have been fine....but I was approached by 4 other gentlemen for money while I was trying to get back to my car. Maybe the city could pay some of those guys to give tours. And discourage others from panhandling in the park.
  • Beautiful park with excellent sculptures and displays on the Civil Rights Movement. However - the homeless panhandlers will ruin your expirence