This is a picture of characters dressed up for the Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll.

Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll

Autumn in Downtown Huntsville is a very special time of year, and there are few better ways to welcome it than with a pilgrimage through one of the Rocket City’s most sacred areas at the Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll.

The Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll has become one of the largest living history strolls in America. History comes to life all along the path with more than 75 costumed characters living out Huntsville’s rich history, often accompanied by music. This free event (donations appreciated) features special exhibits, an antique auto display and scavenger hunts for kids of all ages.

There just may not be a more unique way to appreciate the magic of Huntsville’s storied past.

2019 Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll Information

Sunday, October 20th at 1:30 p.m.

The 2019 Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll will take place Sunday, October 20th beginning at 1:30 p.m. The GPS address of the cemetery is 202 Maple Hill St SE, Huntsville, AL 35801. The metered parking spaces and municipal garages downtown are free to the public on Sunday! Those that live nearby are encouraged to walk. If parking in the cemetery, please the use the McClung entrance located on the southern border. If parking on side streets nearby, please exercise caution and courtesy. 

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