Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and the forge, has stood guard over Birmingham since 1904. A 10-acre park surrounds the 56-foot... More
Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and the forge, has stood guard over Birmingham since 1904. A 10-acre park surrounds the 56-foot statue and observation balcony that sits on a 124-foot pedestal. Visitors can take an elevator to the Vulcan's observation deck, which offers extraordinary views of the city. See their website for further information.
i remember as a child visting vulcan offten and was amased by it three grand fathers back helped with makeing vulcan .i have taken my kids when they were young and they enjoyied it as much as i did.i am from the birmingham area and grew up there and moved to walker county.
I liked it all. I am originally from Birmingham and visited many times as a child and teenager. My recent visit (my first in over 20 years) brought back many fond memories. I will definately return soon with my grandson.