Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site
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Even dynamite couldn’t stop this Birmingham community. Explore the Bethel Baptist Church and its prominent place in civil rights history.
Wildlife and people can all enjoy this paddling trail through a protected part of Mobile County’s watershed.
Tuxedo Junction and other dance halls of Ensley became the birthplace and training ground for Alabama’s jazz, soul, and R&B legends.
The National Park Service and Alabama Department of Conservation joined forces to preserve 298 acres of wildlands along Shoal Creek.
Explore Sloss Furnaces, the site of the nation’s only 20th-century blast furnace preserved as a historic industrial site.
Foster Auditorium was the site of a dramatic standoff between President Kennedy, Governor Wallace, and two black college students.
These numbers are just a sample of the National Park Service's work. Figures are for the fiscal year that ended 9/30/13.