Introduction to Midfield, Alabama
Midfield, Alabama, in Jefferson county, is 6 miles NW of Hoover, Alabama (center to center) and 146 miles W of Atlanta, Georgia. The city is located in the Birmingham metropolitan area. Midfield has a population of approximately 5,626.
Midfield is named because of the fact that it is situated between Birmingham and Bessemer. It is located in Jefferson County. The county was named after Thomas Jefferson and created on December 13, 1819, by the Alabama legislature.
Midfield and nearby Attractions
Don Kresge Memorial Museum
- Birmingham Zoo
- Visionland Amusement Park
- Birmingham Museum of Art
- Midfield Park Shopping Center
- Oak Mountain State Park
Things To Do In Midfield
There are interesting places to visit in Midfield such as Midfield City Hall. The city has many shopping centers including the Woodfield Square Shopping Center and the Midfield Plaza Shopping Center. There are also a number of Baptist, Presbyterian, and other churches which are worth visiting.
Air transportation is provided by the Birmingham International Airport.
Midfield Higher Education
Residents can pursue their higher education from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Samford University. Jefferson State Community College and Bevill State Community College also offer educational opportunities to the people of Midfield.