Vulcan Park and Museum [AL]
Vulcan Park and Museum is an educational park which presents the industrial history of Alabama. It is named after the world's largest cast iron statue, located within the park and created by Italian artist Giuseppe Moretti (1857-1935). The statue was originally created for the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. The site also includes an interactive history museum which presents the histories of Vulcan and Birmingham, Alabama.
The site offers interactive and traditional exhibits, a scavenger hunt, guided tours, a 30-minute living history performance, an interactive and educational children's dance program, and a teacher's guide. Teacher's guides are shipped on request. The website offers post-visit activities.