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Did you know that Huntsville is home to one of the South's largest concentrations of antebellum homes? Or that the Madison Historic District is home to the jail-turned-restaurant Main Street Café? The Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau sponsors these free guided tours that take place every Saturday in the month of April. You won't want to miss exploring the beauty and history of Huntsville and Madison's storied past.
Saturday mornings in April at 10 a.m. April 4 - April 25
The Huntsville Twickenham tour departs from the Confectionary Shop at Alabama Constitution Village (located at 109 Gates Avenue in downtown Huntsville).
The Madison tour departs from the Little Roundhouse in downtown Madison.
The walking tours last 1 - 1 ½ hours.
Nope. Just show up. Walking tours are FREE.
There are no rain dates for Spring Walking Tours. If it's a light rain, check with the CVB by calling 256.551.2370 or 1-800-SPACE-4-U or the tour guide at the location where tours depart to make sure the tour is still happening. If a heavy rain occurrs with thunder and lightning, no replacement rain dates will be scheduled.