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 and West will be full of creativity, wonder, and holiday spirit with 300 trees starting November 27th! The trees will be in the park through January 3rd.
This is the 10th year of the Tinsel Trail presented by Facebook. 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 journey to the Downtown Square to shop, dine, and play.
The lighting ceremony will be November 27th at 5:00 p.m., Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle will share a holiday greeting inside Big Spring Park East, Chad Emerson, CEO and President of Downtown Huntsville, Inc., will say a few words and then the lighting of the trail will commence. After the lightning of the trees, enjoy a special appearance socially distanced appearance by Mr. and Mrs. Claus, as well as, food from Golden Years Ice Cream Parlor and Diner food truck, hot chocolate from Sno Depot’s truck, treats from Nothing Bundt Cakes tent, and coffee from Gold Sprints pop-up tent.
Each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday during Tinsel Trail you will be able to purchase hot food and coffee from pop up versions of the Downtown Craft Coffee Trail stops and food trucks that will be located near the Welcome to Huntsville mural on Spragins Street! It’s the perfect way to warm up this holiday season!