This was on a list of indoor activities. It is almost entirely outdoor.
Friends and I came here for paranormal reasons and it turned out to be a lot more than that. Very interesting place.
They have guided and self guided tours
Make sure to pick up the self-guided tour brochure at the visitor center. It provides a lot more information than the signs!
Did you know? In 1981 the furnaces were designated a National Historic Landmark by the United States Department of the Interior.
Did you know? After closing it became one of the first industrial sites (and the only blast furnace) in the U.S. to be preserved and restored for public use.
Did you know? Sloss Furnaces is a National Historic Landmark in Birmingham, Alabama in the United States. It operated as a pig iron-producing blast furnace from 1882 to 1971.
One of the most fantastically creepy places you are legally allowed to visit.
Beer.. love beer
Amazing place! Be sure to head down into the trench and into the buildings. Spooky but cool and beautiful in an industrial way.
Seen more than my fair share of excellent musical acts here.. Even raves back in the late 90s! Ha- showing my old age!
Great place to see a concert. Alabama Shakes was amazing!
There's way more to learn here than just the paranormal stuff. this place is an incredible site to learn about the cultural and industrial history of Birmingham!
I had wonderful experience with the historical interpreter aka the tour guide.
Easy to find with Scout, my trusty navigator
The proper name is Sloss Furnaces National Historical Landmark. The furnaces produced iron in Birmingham for nearly 90 years. The attraction is closed on Monday.
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