Tell Us About Your Conference Experience

From evaluating this year's speakers, sessions, and overall experience, to offering ideas for future conferences, we want to hear from you!

Please take a few moments to share your thoughts on the conference as a whole and individual sessions by Friday, May 31. We value your input and look forward to incorporating it into our planning for next year and beyond!

Get the Mobile App

Main Street Now 2024 conference t-shirt (back) preview: The words "BHAM" with "Magic City" overlaid are positioned across the top. Below, a cutout of the Vulcan Statue (on left) and a list of conference activities and Birmingham sites (on right).

Download the Main Street Now 2024 mobile app to:

  • View the full conference schedule and add sessions to your personal agenda
  • Meet session speakers and connect with fellow attendees
  • Bookmark your favorite sessions, speakers, sponsors, and attendees
  • Read about can't miss events and keynote speakers
  • Check out venues, restaurants, and visitor guides
  • and more!

Then, launch the app and search for "Main Street Now 2024" to load the conference app. Login using your registration email and password.


Need troubleshooting help? Check out the Mobile App Frequently Asked Questions here >

Explore Birmingham

Main Street Now 2024 Map

Check out the Main Street Now 2024 map to plan your post-conference visit to Birmingham using. Find local dining, indie retail, points of interest, landmarks, entertainment spots, and more. Keep reading for an invitation to visit the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and links to visitor guides.

Map tips: Click the "expand/collapse" icon in the upper left corner to view or hide layers.

Visitor Guides & Business Directories

Food & Beverage Guides

Unique Experiences & Places

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute exterior

Credit: Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute 
Open Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 
520 16th St N 
Admission: $25 

Add a visit to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute to your personal itinerary. Explore the institute that keeps the legacy of the American Civil Rights Movement alive and experience immersive exhibitions that document the rise of the Movement and the succession of events that it bore around the nation: the 1955 arrest of Rosa Parks on a Montgomery bus, James Meredith’s 1962 admission to the University of Mississippi, the violence in Birmingham’s streets and churches in 1963, and more. In a re-creation of his jail cell, step behind the bars from which Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., penned "Letter from a Birmingham Jail."