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Alabama Sports Hall of Fame and Museum

Museum
Address: 2150 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd N, Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center, Birmingham, AL 35203
Phone: 205 323 6665

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  • N6007JDjamesh
    N6007JDjamesh
    Montgomery, Alabama
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    Sports museum

    A very nice museum that is for all sports fans. Full of history covering numerous sports and sports personalities.

    Reviewed on /Date(1565242535000+0800)/
  • mikeoT9788IW
    mikeoT9788IW
    Centreville
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    Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

    Even as an Alabama-born and bred sports nut, I am constantly amazed at how many Alabamians shaped our nations sports. You have to see it to believe it and there are four floors to visit!

    Reviewed on /Date(1559634478000+0800)/
  • James M
    James M
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    In town for a ball game

    Man this was my first trip to the Alabama sports hall of fame and I would say that I was truly amazed, should have gone earlier. If in Birmingham you need to stop by.

    Reviewed on /Date(1536668939000+0800)/
  • Robert P
    Robert P
    Tuscumbia
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    Sports Hero Place

    I am not an Alabama football fan. I wanted to learn about MLB honorees. Heinie Manush from Tuscumbia, Alabama. He played in the 1930 s with the Detroit Tigers. They were able to show me other MLB indu...

    Reviewed on /Date(1534653724000+0800)/
  • D_Gillespie
    D_Gillespie
    Leeds, Alabama
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    I didn't know he was from Alabama!

    From Jessie Owens to Bo Jackson and beyond the collection of Alabama connected athletes is impressive. Joe Lewis and Evander Holyfield born here. Dannette Young Stone, Carl Lewis and Harvey Glance bo...

    Reviewed on /Date(1533605262000+0800)/