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Sloss Furnaces is an interesting bit of Birmingham history. The self-guided tour can be a bit hard to follow but the facility itself has a lot of character. Sloss is a free attraction (unless you would like to make a donation) and if you have...More
My husband worked in a steel mill while he was in college so although this dated back much earlier, he was fascinated to see how this compared. He probably would give it 5 stars but I am giving it 4. It is all outside, so...More
Sloss furnaces is a self guided tour and is truly amazing to see the size of this facility that produced pig iron for 90 years here is south it is now on the historic register as landmark. No cost for this tour.
As I said to my brother when I was here "I don't believe in ghosts but this place feels haunted". It's amazing how much of it you're able to explore solo. The gift shop gives a map for the self guided tour and a lot...More
Absolute amazing to learn about Birmingham’s history and foundation. The furnaces have been restored to some extent.
Walking around learning about the history and wondering how something so complex was built in that time is amazing. Free range to walk around on your own at...More
Was a little nervous about going as I do not like to be terrified, yet opted for tickets that allowed touching & potential kidnapping. The atmosphere at the furnace was as advertised - eerie. The passages were narrow & dark. As the group followed the...More
There is no charge to see what is here and the furnaces are interesting. There is a VERY small museum with it and a little gift shop. They sell trinkets made by artists that work at the furnaces. We visited in Oct and much of...More
My wife is a huge Ghost Adventure groupie. So, as we drove east on vacation I took an detour to get her a tour of the location. She enjoyed the tour and taking photos. No ghosts but it was a thrill for her to go...More
It IS pet friendly - says the self-guided tour map I got 8/2018. There are ‘pet waste systems’ and pet bowls at the drink stations! Pets must be leashed please and not allowed inside the visitor center.