Top 10 Things to do in Mountain Brook, United States

February 26, 2018 Jana Sager

Mountain Brook in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Room Escape Games. Discover best things to do in Mountain Brook with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Mountain Brook

1. Breakout Games - Birmingham

2717 19th Pl S, Homewood, AL 35209-1919 +1 205-282-4798
Excellent
87%
Good
10%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
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Overall Ratings

5 based on 898 reviews

Breakout Games - Birmingham

This isn’t your average outing or everyday experience—Breakout is for those who would rather solve mysteries than watch someone else have all the fun. With different rooms that follow unique story-lines, you and your friends will have 60 minutes to escape your adventure of choice by cracking codes, solving puzzles and following clues. Part problem solving, part adrenaline, end-to-end fun!

Reviewed By Donna U - Gardendale, Alabama

We did this for the first time with family members. We had 5 in our group and a young couple was added. So we had 7 people for Mystery Mansion, which had a max of 8.

Everyone worked well together and all contributed. We made it out with only a couple of minutes to spare.

An evening of fun!

2. Dram Whiskey Bar

2721 Cahaba Rd, Mountain Brook, AL 35223-2333 +1 205-871-8212
Excellent
55%
Good
38%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 13 reviews

Dram Whiskey Bar

Reviewed By SCJFL

Traveling on business usually doesn't afford the best local fare but if you find yourself in the area don't miss this great local establishment. Great selection of wine, beer and whiskey and some really great pub fare. Had the Gatlinburger loved the fried egg on top (very Aussie). The thin shoe string fries are addictive.

3. Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

520 16th St N, Birmingham, AL 35203-1911 +1 205-328-9696
Excellent
80%
Good
16%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 992 reviews

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

This historic museum traces the journey of the civil rights advocates of the 1950s and 60s, who changed the course of American history. The struggle for equality for Black Americans is chronicled here, from the Jim Crow laws in the 1800s to the freedom rides, sit-ins and demonstrations of the 1960s.

Reviewed By Joan P - Damariscotta, Maine

We spent the afternoon exploring the Birmingham Civil Right Institute and I found it a very moving and powerful experience. Being old enough to have lived through the 1950s and 1960s, I already knew the history, but the audio, video, and photographic displays brought it all to life again. It is our history.

The building itself is organized in a circular fashion which progresses chronologically from the 1950s to the present time. There is enough variety in the exhibits to keep you interested. Lots to read, lots to learn. Lots to watch.

I would recommend that all Americans go to this Museum. And probably non-American visitors should go there to get some understanding of the Civil Rights movement in America.

4. McWane Science Center

200 19th St N, Birmingham, AL 35203-3117 +1 205-714-8300
Excellent
72%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
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4.5 based on 820 reviews

McWane Science Center

Fun and learning never end at McWane Science Center, a nonprofit, hands-on museum and IMAX(R) Dome Theater. Four floors of interactive exhibits celebrate science and wonder - from an amazing collection of dinosaurs to innovative environmental showcases, imaginative early childhood playgrounds, and an awe-inspiring aquarium. The energy and excitement of discovery spring to life through an extensive lineup of science demonstrations performed daily by talented educators. The adventure intensifies in the IMAX(R) Dome Theater, where wide-eyed visitors experience the sights and sounds of breathtaking films on a 5-story-tall screen surrounded by 3 tons of high-intensity speakers.

Reviewed By ekkerb - Franklin, Tennessee

Good science center experience. Nice compact museum with something for everyone. Kind of a combination children's museum with a traditional science museum. Our kids had a fun time. Takes a few hours to see everything. It was helpful we were able to use our reciprocal benefits with the Adventure Science Center in Nashville.

5. Birmingham Museum of Art

2000 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35203-2278 +1 205-254-2565
Excellent
68%
Good
27%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 456 reviews

Birmingham Museum of Art

This three-story museum houses an eclectic selection of art, including Wedgewood pottery, the largest collection of Asian art in the Southeast, Native American and African art, impressionism, contemporary art and American landscapes.

Reviewed By moviegeekjn - Phoenix, Arizona

This museum is essentially free (donations of $3 are suggested) and more than worthwhile. The biggest surprise is the diversity of its collection; not only does it offer a sampling of American and European art, but it also contains a large collection of Asian art and a nice presentation of African art to illustrate cultural aspects.

6. Regions Field

1401 1st Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35233-1503 +1 205-988-3200
Excellent
75%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 347 reviews

Regions Field

Reviewed By Kayla N - Birmingham, Alabama

Parking isn't great, but what do you expect when the field is downtown. The field and the park itself are beautiful, lots of food options, lots of drink options--including alcohol. Lots of picnic tables in the outfield, and a lot of space for kids to play/things to play on. Truly a family experience. They also love getting the crowd involved in between innings. A lot of fun for the whole family.

7. Alabama Theatre

1817 3rd Ave N, Birmingham, AL 35203-3132 +1 205-252-2262
Excellent
70%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 172 reviews

Alabama Theatre

After a complete restoration, this historic venue once again shows its 1927 grandeur.

Reviewed By ktidefan16

My dad and I used to go here when I was a kid. I recently visited the Theater a week or so ago. Its exactly the same. Its a very old venue but it still has old southern charm. I always thought it was magical. There is just something about it when you get in there. If you are going for a concert or to watch old movies, its just perfect. I would highly recommend it to anyone. It could however be in a bit of a safer area, but its worth the risk.

8. 16th Street Baptist Church

16th St & 6th Ave, Birmingham, AL +1 205-251-9402
Excellent
64%
Good
27%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 262 reviews

16th Street Baptist Church

Four young girls were killed when a Ku Klux Klan bomb exploded in this church in 1963. The girls are remembered with a shrine in the crypt where they died, and a vibrant stained glass window donated in sympathy by the people of Wales adorns the historic church.

Reviewed By moviegeekjn - Phoenix, Arizona

This legendary church is a required visit for anyone interested in U.S. history, and especially for those interested in Civil Rights. It was a central focal point during the 1963 struggles in Birmingham--where much organization took place, where children gathered for their march and subsequent confrontations with Bull Conner and his brutal responses, and where 4 little girls tragically lost their lives during Sunday school when a KKK bomb exploded.

My timing was a bit off, so I didn't get to go inside during my visit, but I visited the outside of the church and the surrounding area every day during my 3 day trip. It's a memorable and inspiring landmark.

9. Birmingham Botanical Gardens

2612 Lane Park Rd, Birmingham, AL 35223-1800 +1 205-414-3950
Excellent
63%
Good
30%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 345 reviews

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Reviewed By Vickie M - Birmingham, Alabama

  Down here in the South, we know spring is a bit unstable. Sudden freezes nip the tips and stunt spring growth with little warning. But sometimes it comes together beautifully, and this spring we had it all at once: draperies of wisteria punctuated with sprigs of redbud and waves of dogwood. What better time to visit the Birmingham Botanical Gardens?
   The Japanese Garden is a favorite. The weeping cherries around here are still recovering from a recent drought,  but the quiet walks, still waters, and arched bridge are a great backdrop for the carefully tended beds and buildings. There wasn't much in the bonsai house yet.  Sigh.
   Kaul Wildflower Garden requires a bit more stamina for wandering the wooded hillsides in search of trillium, columbine, may apple, bloodroot, and sassafras, but it's worth the climb.
 If relaxing is your thing, the water lilies in the Hill Garden are lovely starting around the end of April. And there's so much more.

10. Birmingham's Railroad Park

1600 1st Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35233-1703 +1 205-521-9933
Excellent
61%
Good
31%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 237 reviews

Birmingham's Railroad Park

Reviewed By thefluss - Birmingham, AL

This is a wonderful place to take a stroll on a sunny day. What we like about it is the diversity of the people who are using it. We walked our dog and watched parents playing with their children. People were engaged rather than on their cell phones. We talked to friends we ran into and people we did not know at all.

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