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Meet The Magic City 

Price - $70 | Days - Tuesday-Friday | Time - 1:45 PM | Length - 3 hours

Welcome to our most historical tour of Birmingham, AL. It is here where we focus on all the good and bad the city has endured. 

From its founding to its foundries, from our city fathers to civil rights, we crisscross Bham checking out historic sites all over town. We'll learn about the history of iron and how it created the industrial capital of the south. We'll get a great look an ancient Roman god and see a full moon always on display.


We'll also learn how a local built the oldest ballpark in America, and we'll shed a little light on the children who marched in May of 1963.

We try to provide you with a glimpse into the life and times of Birmingham from its origins to present day. 

More details below and a list of places we typically visit on this tour...

Railroad Park on historical tour in Birmingham on Red Clay Tours
Fred Shuttlesworth, Civil Rights Institute seen on guided historical tour of Birmingham with Red Clay Tours
The Fine Print
  • Some of the sites will we visit: Railroad Park, Sloss Furnaces, Vulcan Park, Rickwood Field, Negro Southern League Museum, Morris Avenue, Kelley Ingram Park, 16th Street Baptist Church, Legion Field. Unforeseen circumstances may alter our set plan, but we will attempt to add another location if one is not available.

  • For those staying in Birmingham, we will pick you up from any downtown hotel location or a downtown Airbnb.  We encourage all others to use local taxi services, Uber, Zyp bike, or the max bus when arriving/departing.


  • The tours begin promptly at 1:45. Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the start time to ensure we are able to begin on time. We leave Railroad Park 15 minutes after the tour start time and cannot accommodate  arrivals past that point. Refunds or discounts will not be given to late arrivals. ​


  • Your ticket cost covers transportation between all locations, facilities, and a drop off back at Railroad Park.  


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