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Huntsville Civil Rights Landmarks Tour

Designed to make the local civil rights narratives come alive, the 3-hour tour, led by Scenethat Tours, enables guests to stand in the shadow of the first integrated public school in Alabama and to walk in the footsteps of students who picketed on downtown streets. The tour enables guests to grasp the significance of civil rights strategists and organizers. Uncover the locations where mass meetings were held and lessons in non-violent direct action were taught.

Transportation provider Rocket City Shuttles partners with Scenethat Tours to enable guests to experience the history behind 10 civil rights landmarks and 5 Black history sites in Huntsville.

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Events
A Beautiful Mess: Weavers and Knotters of the Vanguard
Sep 25

Made by an all-female roster of conceptual artists, the exhibition...

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A World Within: Art by Women from the Permanent Collection
Sep 25

Utilizing works found within the Museum’s acclaimed permanent collection, A...

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American Studio Glass
Sep 25

While glass containers and vessels have been made for more than 2,000...

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Another Point Of View: Art by American Women Part II
Sep 25

The permanent collection of the Huntsville Museum of Art was dramatically...

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Betty Grisham: A Celebration
Sep 25

As a North Alabama native, she earned her BA in Fine Art and Education at...

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