Celebrate Vulcan’s 113th Birthday!

Vulcan's 113th Birthday Bash

It’s time again to celebrate with our favorite Man of Iron! Vulcan is turning 113!

Make plans to attend the BIGGEST birthday bash in Birmingham! Vulcan may be the world’s largest cast iron statue, but he still needs help blowing out his birthday candles! There are activities for the whole family in celebration of the Big Guy’s 113th Birthday.

Sunday, June 4th: 12pm – 4pm-

  • Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for children
  • FREE for Vulcan Park and Museum members and children 4 and under. (*A few activities are extra)
  • Characters from the Birmingham Barons
  • Activation station and corn hole games provided by Birmingham Coca – Cola United Bottling Co. 
  • Native Alabama animals from the Birmingham Zoo
  • Next generation game room provided by GameStop
  • Kids Zone provided by Home Depot
  • Activities from Railroad Park, Red Mountain Park, and McWane Science Center
  • Live aircraft from the Southern Museum of Flight
  • Vulcan’s Birthday Bash coloring pages from the illustrator of Down In the Ham children’s book
  • On-site silk screen pressed t-shirts for sale by the Green Pea Press* 
  • Get Rhythm! Drum Circle
  • Magic Town Clowns
  • George Griffin and the Firebirds will provide live music
  • Hoop for Fitness Birmingham – hula hoop activities and performance
  • Bounce house provided by Birmingham Fun and Family Magazine
  • Interactive engineering games and activities provided by Express Oil & Tire Engineers
  • Photo booth provided by Alabama Family Connections
  • Arts and crafts by Birmingham Parent Magazine
  • Rock wall and lawn games provided by Mountain High Outfitters
  • Repicci’s Italian Ice
  • Coca-Cola products available for purchase
  • Food truck
  • Commemorative brick unveiling sponsored by Brik Realty
  • “Happy Birthday” song with Mayor William Bell at 2:00 p.m.
  • BEST OF ALL…FREE ice cream provided by Piggly Wiggly Birmingham and FREE cookies provided by Bud’s Best

For more information visit the Vulcan Park and Museum Website.

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