*Blog has been edited to reflect 2019 information*
Downtown Huntsville's Tinsel Trail
The Tinsel Trail is a display of live Christmas trees in Downtown Huntsville that is free to attend and open all hours during the holiday season. Big Spring Park East is full of creativity, wonder, and holiday spirit with 300 trees starting November 29th!
This is the 9th year of the Tinsel Trail presented by Jerry Damson Automotive Group. You can make an evening at the Tinsel Trail part of your holiday traditions! There are so many wonderful holiday traditions all within a few blocks of Downtown Huntsville. Stop by Skating in the Park behind the Huntsville Museum of Art. You can also find the magic at Santa’s Village at the Historic Huntsville Depot and journey to the Downtown Square to shop, dine, and play.
The lighting ceremony will be November 29th at 6:30pm, Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle will share a holiday greeting, Chad Emerson, CEO and President of Downtown Huntsville, Inc., will say a few words then the Alabama Youth Ballet Theatre will perform. The lighting of the trail will commence, and we the evening will end with the Huntsville Community Drumline!
Each Thursday and Friday during Tinsel Trail you will be able to grab a coffee from Arsenal Coffee Co., they will be parked near the Welcome to Huntsville mural on Spragins Street. It's the perfect way to warm up this holiday season!
Tinsel Trot Run Fun
Join us for Tinsel Trot, sponsored by RCP Companies and CityCentre at Big Spring, on December 4th at 5:30pm! This 1-mile fun run is always a holiday favorite. Tegistration is free and you can find it on our Facebook event page. Visit Tinsel Trail’s Facebook page for more information and to see a schedule of special events.
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Katelyn serves as the Director of Communications and Membership for Downtown Huntsville, Inc. She is a graduate from the University of Alabama in Huntsville and has truly developed a passion for the city. Katelyn previously worked for the Huntsville Botanical Garden where she developed a love for the nonprofit world and tourism industry. Her family loves Huntsville and has enjoyed putting down roots in the Rocket City.