Visit Birmingham near Homewood Hotel's Location
Offering easy access to I-65, the Country Inn & Suites is ideally located for guests to travel into Birmingham for a day of shopping, sightseeing and dining. Be sure to stop by Vulcan Park—
home to the largest cast iron statue in the world—
tour the Birmingham Zoo and shop at Riverchase Galleria Mall. The hotel is also just 10 miles from Birmingham International Airport, and business travelers save time by staying here near State Farm Insurance Company, BellSouth, Regions Bank and other major companies. Whether you're a race fan, historian or animal lover, you're sure to enjoy this Country Inn & Suites Homewood hotel's location south of Magic City.
Check out these nearby attractions:
- Splash Adventure (16.3 miles)
Spend a day at this exciting water park, where you can compete on the Wipeout Adventure Course or lazily float down the Warrior River.
Phone: +1 (205) 481-4750
- Birmingham Zoo (6.1 miles)
Don't miss one of the city's best attractions. The Birmingham Zoo is home to over 800 animals, including giraffes, lions, tigers and orangutans.
Phone: +1 (205) 879-0409
- Civil Rights District (7.5 miles)
Explore an important era in Birmingham's past in this historic district east of downtown. Attractions include the Civil Rights Institute and the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church.
- Jesse Owens Memorial Park (81.2 miles)
This park pays homage to the 1936 Olympic champion. Visit the museum dedicated to Owens, tour a replica of the athlete's childhood home and see a 1936 Olympic torch replica.
Phone: +1 (256) 974-3636
- Riverchase Galleria Mall (7.1 miles)
Shop at Macy's, Belk, Brooks Brothers, Sephora and several other stores at this local mall.
Phone: +1 (205) 985-3020
- Sixteenth Street Baptist Church (7.5 miles)
The site of a 1963 bombing that killed four young girls, the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church is one of the city's most important Civil Rights landmarks.
Phone: +1 (205) 251-9402
- Talladega Superspeedway (54.0 miles)
Considered NASCAR's most competitive track, Talladega Superspeedway was built in 1969 and seats 143,000.
Phone: +1 (256) 362-9064
- Vulcan Park (4.9 miles)
The largest cast-iron sculpture in the world, the 56-foot-tall statue of the Roman god Vulcan is perhaps the city's most recognized landmark. Visit the statue located on Red Mountain and enjoy beautiful views of the city.
Phone: +1 (205) 933-1409