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Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark

Historical SiteHistoric Sites
Address: 20 32nd St N, Birmingham, AL 35222


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  • jackbauerTX

    What a gem!

    Went here on a wed afternoon and it was fantastic. This is a living museum that is free to the public. You see the history, mans engineering mind, and living structures of how the backbone of America...

    Reviewed on /Date(1583937182000+0800)/
  • Karyn D
    Karyn D
    West Haven, Connecticut, USA

    Historical Sightseeing

    Extremely interesting and yet eery in ways. Was very surprised it was free although the agent didn't offer a map when we signed in. We saw others on the trail that shared theirs.

    Reviewed on /Date(1583156664000+0800)/
  • BrandonJ0202
    Fayetteville, North Carolina

    Excellent Historic Visit - Do the Tour!

    Brought the family here, including young kids. We weren't sure what to expect but the site is great. We did a tour, which made the experience so much better. Tie (sorry if the spelling is wrong) led o...

    Reviewed on /Date(1582983041000+0800)/
  • shondae21
    Yorktown, United States

    Visit Sloss

    This not only a historical landmark but has a wonderful museum that is free to visit! They start with an informative documentary. This is family friendly and very informative. We visited with our chil...

    Reviewed on /Date(1582788908000+0800)/
  • nylady21
    Pennsylvania, US

    Fantastic insight into the history of Birmingham

    We found the video intro very helpful in understanding the development of the Pittsburgh of the South. The exhibit of wooden patterns was very interesting as my father owned a pattern shop and foundry...

    Reviewed on /Date(1582170076000+0800)/

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