A National Historic Landmark
In accordance to CDC recommendations and City of Birmingham policy, we are requiring masks for all individuals inside our Visitor Center. Thank you for your cooperation.
WE WILL BE CLOSED ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 FOR THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CULINARY PROFESSIONALS CONFERENCE.
Sloss Furnaces is now open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm and admission is free.
We are currently closed Sundays and Mondays.
DUE TO PRESERVATION CONCERNS, YARBROUGH, INC. WILL NO LONGER BE HOSTING THE FRIGHT FURNACE EVENT AT SLOSS FURNACES NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK. FOR ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT YARBROUGH, INC. AT 205-252-9431.
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A lot more than iron flowed from those furnaces.
Our whole culture did. Our whole way of life.
In commemoration of Birmingham’s 150th anniversary, Sloss Furnaces has created this video highlighting how the iron and steel industry impacted the growth of the city, and the voices of the men who labored in area blast furnaces and mines.
In celebration of Black History Month, and all the accomplishments of Birmingham’s African-American industrial workers, we are honored to share a short video on African-American labor at Sloss Furnaces and Red Mountain in partnership with Historian Greg Wilson, Lawson State.