Monthly Archives: November 2018

What Really Happens to your Lost Luggage

What Really Happens to your Lost Luggage? Welcome to the land of lost luggage, Unclaimed Baggage in Scottsboro Alabama! Welcoming over 1 million guests a year and being one of Alabama's top tourist attractions, Unclaimed Baggage is certainly a 'hidden gem' worth exploring, especially if you've always been curious about just what happens to all…
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Historic Huntsville Depot

Historic Huntsville Depot [caption id="attachment_29045" align="alignright" width="425"] Huntsville Historic Depot Credit Huntsville/Madison County CVB[/caption]  ...an experience-rich environment for classroom lessons to come to life. Welcome to the Historic Huntsville Depot, the oldest surviving railroad depot in Alabama, and one of the oldest in the United States. This depot is located within the EarlyWorks Family of Museums,…
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Lucky Duck Scavenger Hunt

Lucky Duck Scavenger Hunt First established in 2013, with two additional ducks added in 2015, the Lucky Duck Scavenger Hunt is one of the most entertaining, free things to do while exploring downtown Huntsville! Your group must find all 14 ducks, write their locations down on the downloadable brochure (link below), then return to the Huntsville…
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SPACES Sculpture Trail

SPACES Sculpture Trail "With public art on the forefront of the arts movement in our community, the continued presence of the SPACES Sculpture Trail places the greater Huntsville metropolitan region as a leader in large-scale outdoor art in the state," said Allison Dillon-Jauken, executive director of The Arts Council. The SPACES Sculpture Trail is located…
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Insanity Complex

Insanity Complex Welcome to the Insanity Complex, the 28-acre multi-purpose event and fun center located in Madison, Alabama, just about 20 minutes away from Huntsville. This recreation center holds both indoor and outdoor attractions, including a roller skate/incline rink, a rock climbing wall, an arcade, batting cages, a mini golf course, and a skateboard/inline park. Talk…
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Twickenham Historic District

Twickenham Historic District [caption id="attachment_29022" align="alignright" width="425"] jared-brashier-272116-unsplash[/caption] Twickenham Historic District is Alabama's largest antebellum district, featuring several of the finest examples of federal, Italianate, and classic architecture in the state. This district was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, becoming the first of its kind in Huntsville! This 'lavish' neighborhood…
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Madison County Nature Trail

Madison County Nature Trail A Park for All Seasons Madison County Nature Trail, otherwise known as Green Mountain Nature Trail, is a 1.5 nature trail located in a 72-acre park atop Green Mountain in southeast Huntsville. The trail itself surrounds a gorgeous 17-acre lake, Sky Lake, and provides the most gorgeous views in every season.…
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Alabama Constitution Hall Park

Alabama Constitution Hall Park [caption id="attachment_29012" align="alignright" width="300"] Constitution Hall Park Credit Huntsville CVB[/caption] Step inside the picket fence and be transported back to 1819 … Alabama Constitution Hall Park, formerly known as Constitution Village, is a historic open-air museum and park located within the EarlyWorks complex, which is considered to be 'the South's largest…
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Harmony Park Safari

Harmony Park Safari [caption id="attachment_28978" align="alignright" width="425"] Zebra - Drive by safari[/caption] Maybe, just maybe occasionally we can see our enchanted bountiful planet through our eyes and not our screens' - Original founder of Harmony Park Harmony Park Safari is a unique Huntsville experience that allows you to get close to zebras, giraffes, kangaroos, and…
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Monte Sano State Park

Monte Sano State Park [caption id="attachment_28995" align="alignright" width="375"] Monte Sano Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau[/caption] Welcome to Monte Sano State Park, the 2,140-acre public recreation area and mountaintop oasis located on the east side of Huntsville atop Monte Sano Mountain. Monte Sano Mountain got its name from the Spanish translation, meaning 'mountain of health'…
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