Looking for a fun way to spend your day? Here’s a list of different scavenger hunts and trails throughout the Huntsville and Madison area.
This permanent scavenger hunt is free to the public. There are 14 ducks hidden around Downtown Huntsville. See if you can find them all! Read more here.
Look for these 8 hidden trains around Historic Downtown Madison. For a clue card, stop by the Madison Chamber of Commerce. Find more info here.
A kid friendly activity book that includes a scavenger hunt. This hunt is located around Huntsville’s Courthouse Square. You can find the books here at the Visitor's Center.
This hunt is open through August 1. Located in south Huntsville are 15 signs. Find all of them and turn them in through social media, email or in person to receive a prize.
This trail of art sculptures spread throughout the Huntsville/Madison county area. With 39 sculptures, there’s plenty to see! Download the Spaces HSV app (available on ITunes and Google Play stores) to explore the trail even more.
Find art hidden around Downtown Huntsville in places you’d never think to look. Grab a drink to go (in a purple cup) and discover the “secret art” you’ve been missing out on. Read more here.
16 places of worship that define Madison County’s rich and diverse cultural and spiritual heritage. All of these churches are over 100 years old and some still hold services. Learn more about this trail here.
One area, seven stops. Pick up a Craft Coffee Passport/Card and get a stamp at eat place you order a drink from. Fill up the card and win a free Craft Coffee Trail mug. For a list and more info click here.
Like the craft coffee trail, all of the stops are located in one area. This trail has 11 locations. Pick up a card and fill it up to win a Trail Boss bottle Opener. For list and more info click here.
This trail is just a section of the even larger Alabama Antique trail. It is composed of shops that hold antiques that reflect the heritage of Huntsville.
Learn the history of Madison County and compete with your friends for awards while visiting over 125 markers throughout Huntsville and Madison County. For more on the markers and information about a kick-off walk click here.