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Kelly Ingram Park, Birmingham

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  • Although the square itself does not have much beauty and is small, the story she carries makes the visit amazing. The sculptures are wonderful especially when you know they are replicas of real scenes.
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  • Across the street from the 16th Street Baptist Church and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, the park provides a very brief but graphic walking tour through the sculptures depicting the struggle f...  more »
  • Growing up during the civil rights era, this park has long been on my bucket list. It did not disappoint. The history of the brave women men, and children is powerful and instructive. Glad to have Ale...  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