100 THINGS TO DO IN BIRMINGHAM BEFORE YOU DIE GUIDEBOOK OFFERS A VARIETY OF ENTERTAINING FALL ACTIVITIES
Do you live in Birmingham and are looking for new ways to enjoy your town? Or perhaps you or someone you know is planning a trip to The Magic City? Look no further than 100 Things to Do in Birmingham Before You Die, a guidebook that locals and tourists alike find invaluable!
Below are some suggested fall activities straight from the book itself:
- A rainy summer means a beautiful fall. Explore the colors of the season at Ruffner Mountain, Red Mountain, and the beautiful new Vulcan Kwanis Trail.
- It’s time for Alabama’s most agreed on religion—football. With football comes barbeque! 100 Things to Do in Birmingham Before You Die reveals a local secret. From the Michelin Star to the Texaco Star, this cook came home after 21 years in the restaurant industry in Paris and London and he is smoking meat in the back of his gas station. Some of the best BBQ you’ll ever eat!
- Do you know that Birmingham invented the Veteran’s Day Parade? It all started here. A group from Birmingham met with President Dwight Eisenhower in 1954 to make it a national holiday. Join in the oldest and one of the largest salutes to the men and women who have served our country.