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The Weather in Birmingham
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 91°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 35°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Experience Birmingham like a local with a vacation home
Birmingham is a city brimming with southern hospitality. It hosts many of the state's best museums, arts venues, and family-friendly attractions, while also appealing to visitors who love motorcycles, planes, and sports. Choose from large family houses in leafy suburbs or chic apartments in the heart of downtown, and begin exploring this all-rounded vacation hotspot.
Art and music
Birmingham is Alabama's arts hub. It is home to the Alabama Ballet, Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Opera Birmingham, Birmingham Concert Chorale, amongst other notable groups.
Built in 1927, the historic Alabama Theater movie palace still features its original Wurlitzertheater organ, and today hosts concerts and film screenings.
If you are a music lover you will not want to miss the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, while if you love art, you will enjoy the Birmingham Museum of Art, especially renowned for its collection of Asian art.
For guaranteed family entertainment, take the kids to Alabama Splash Adventure, about 30 minutes drive from downtown Birmingham. Part-theme park, part-water park, its got thrilling rides for all ages, including toddlers.
Sporty families should consider visiting the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, which hosts over 5,000 objects, including trophies, uniforms, and athletic equipment. With almost 800 animals, Birmingham Zoo is bound to entertain younger travelers too.
Culture, history and gardens
Learn about the Civil Rights Era at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, which hosts great temporary and permanent exhibitions, as well as fun special events. The 16th Street Baptist Church, a key landmark in the Birmingham Civil Rights District, is also well worth visiting.
Aviation enthusiasts will love the Southern Museum of Flight, while for automotive history, head to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, which has one of the world's largest collection of motorcycles.
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens, with elegant glasshouses, manicured flower beds, a tea room, and a playground, is the ideal place for a relaxing afternoon outdoors.
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