Enjoy a Hobo Dinner at the Historic Huntsville Depot with a storyteller and/or magician.
Enjoy Vittles in the Village at the Alabama Constitution Hall Historic Park & Museum.
North Alabama Attractions
Huntsville is a convenient hub for meeting our neighbors in the beautiful North Alabama Mountain Lakes region. Take circle tours that extend to the west to see the Alabama Music Hall of Fame and Ivy Green, Birthplace of Helen Keller. Birthplace shrines honor “father of the blues” W.C. Handy and Olympian Jesse Owens. Sample cheeses recommended by Food Network and Southern Living at Belle Chevre Creamery and Humble Heart Farms. Visit Hamilton where potter Jerry Brown creates “ugly jugs” at his studio and explore the wonders of “The Dismals.” Frolic in the nation’s first wave pool at Decatur’s Point Mallard. Walk down the shaded streets of historic Mooresville and dine at the Limestone Bay Trading Company. Ride east to Cathedral Caverns and see the world’s largest stalagmite, shop the unique Unclaimed Baggage Center in Scottsboro, visit the mountain village of Mentone and enjoy the scenery and extreme adventures of Little River Canyon. Go south for the charming Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman and the magnificent Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville. The scenic beauty of Lake Guntersville State Park, the covered bridges near Oneonta and Gadsden’s Noccalula Falls are worth the drive.