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Makers and Shakers

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Take a step away from history books and into our village square to discover the people living and working in
Huntsville, AL in 1819. These makers and shakers were able to build a city without the modern conveniences we enjoy today. Children will learn about how people made clothes, built houses, shared information and joined together as a community in Alabama’s largest city. This program includes a blacksmith presentation, craft activities, dancing, woodworking and so much more
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  • 100% Smoke-Free:
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  • Closed: Grounds open daily. Museum closed Mon/Sat and throughout Jan/Feb
  • Hours: Grounds open daily for public enjoyment. Tours Tue - Sat 10 AM - 3 PM.
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  • Description A replica of the workshop where Alabama’s Constitution was signed in 1819, Constitution Hall provides a rich historic backdrop for your event. Outdoor space in Liberty Field is included. Lantern tours of the museum buildings and grounds are available for an additional fee.
  • Largest Room 1320
  • Total Sq. Ft. 1320
  • Reception Capacity 125
  • Number of Rooms 1