Exhibits & Annual Events

Cheers to 10 Years of Craft Beers at Rocket City Brewfest

Cheers to 10 Years of Craft Beers at Rocket City Brewfest

To celebrate 10 years, the Rocket City Brewfest is starting fresh with this year’s craft beer festival. In 2008, Free the Hops created a fundraiser the craft beer community loved. As the breweries in the Huntsville/Madison County area grew, so did the festival.  Fast forward 10-years, and the festival has a new date and location […]

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LEGO to Huntsville Botanical Garden’s Nature Connects

LEGO to Huntsville Botanical Garden’s Nature Connects

What do you get when you take a lot of creativity and over half a million Lego bricks? The Huntsville Botanical Garden’s guest exhibit Nature Connects, Art with LEGO® Bricks. Designed by New York artist Sean Kenney, this award-winning traveling exhibit features 27 garden-inspired sculptures set in 14 scenes. You’ll have to explore the garden […]

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April Activities in the Rocket City

April Activities in the Rocket City

Looking for fun, food, and festivities this April? You’re in luck! There’s always something new and exciting happening in the Rocket City in 2018. Get ready for a month packed with food festivals, craft beer, live music, and much more! We’ve got the scoop on where you can find the most fun this month in […]

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Von Brewski Beer Festival

Von Brewski Beer Festival

Von Brewski Beer Festival Post-holiday blues? Fix it with Von Brewski Brews! Let’s face it. As the holidays come to an end we all fall into a post-holiday slump. All the lights are taken down, gifts are opened and events just seem to come to a halt until the warmer weather arrives. That’s where I […]

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Don’t Drop the Ball on Your New Year’s Eve Plans in Huntsville

Don’t Drop the Ball on Your New Year’s Eve Plans in Huntsville

New Year’s Eve in Huntsville In a short time from now you’ll be cheering “Happy New Year!” With New Year’s Eve right around the corner, you don’t want to drop the ball (corny, we know…but hopefully you love us for that) on making plans. You might be wondering what, if anything, would be open the evening before […]

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Celebrate Veterans Day in Huntsville

Celebrate Veterans Day in Huntsville

Celebrate Veterans Day in Huntsville Huntsville loves to celebrate our military community as we are home to the U.S. Army’s Redstone Arsenal and we have a strong military heritage. The community has many Veterans Day activities celebrating all of those who have served in the U.S. military. Free Admission to Attractions Veterans and their families […]

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Experience the Taste of Huntsville

Experience the Taste of Huntsville

  Experience the Taste of Huntsville Each year, the Huntsville/Madison County Hospitality Association hosts the Taste of Huntsville, an event with good food for a good cause! This year’s  theme is “Tailgate with the Taste of Huntsville.” Over 30 local restaurants will provide delicious samples for guests to enjoy, with the event’s proceeds benefiting Merrimack Hall […]

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Madison Street Festival

Madison Street Festival

Madison Street Festival Madison, Alabama’s, largest event – the Madison Street Festival – happens each year in early fall in Madison’s historic old town district.  The weather forecast calls for a gorgeous sunny day this October 7th!  Admission is free to this family-friendly event.     The Festival kicks off at 9 am with parade […]

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Spend Your Labor Day in Huntsville/Madison County

Spend Your Labor Day in Huntsville/Madison County

  It’s 4:30 p.m. on a work day. Your eyes glance at the clock. You slowly gaze over the pile of work sitting on your desk; you sigh. Then – a ray of light. You see a date circled on your calendar. It appears to be a holiday. But, could it be? Yes, it could […]

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Take a Ride on Huntsville’s Breakfast Trolley Tour

Take a Ride on Huntsville’s Breakfast Trolley Tour

Take a Ride on Huntsville’s Breakfast Trolley Tour There are several ways you can hear some great stories about Huntsville and its history, but only one of them involves both a trolley AND a muffin. And, really, why would anyone NOT want to do that? The EarlyWorks Family of Museums offers a breakfast trolley tour […]

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