Exhibits & Annual Events

My Perspective: Why Huntsville’s Free Fall Walking Tours are a Must-Attend

My Perspective: Why Huntsville’s Free Fall Walking Tours are a Must-Attend

 Editor’s Note: This blog has been updated to reflect dates and information for 2017. Free Walking Tours in Historic Five Points and Old Town Every historic Huntsville home has a story, or two. The best way to explore a town full of history like Huntsville is to hear (and see) it for yourself. The Huntsville/Madison […]

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A must-see this fall: Scarecrow Trail at Huntsville Botanical Garden

A must-see this fall: Scarecrow Trail at Huntsville Botanical Garden

  *Editor’s note: Dates, times, and other relevant event information has been updated in this blog to accurately reflect 2017 activities. Fall is in the air: light jackets, apple cider, pumpkin everything and scarecrows!   In the months of September and October, the Huntsville Botanical Garden puts those scarecrows front and center on the Scarecrow […]

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What to expect for Huntsville’s 2015 Monte Sano Art Festival

What to expect for Huntsville’s 2015 Monte Sano Art Festival

                                             Pottery by Stacy Morgan The 15th Annual Monte Sano Art Festival There’s a hint of chill in the air and the leaves are just starting to turn: that means it’s time for the Monte Sano Art […]

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Take a trip back in time at Burritt on the Mountain

Take a trip back in time at Burritt on the Mountain

Hands-on History lesson As school is back in session, Time Travel Adventure at Burritt on the Mountain is the perfect fun and educational activity to stimulate the mind…in a very fun way. See first hand what life was like before our precious technology and feel like a time travel machine! Throughout your journey, try to […]

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Fun as Folk: Huntsville’s Cigar Box Guitar Festival

Fun as Folk: Huntsville’s Cigar Box Guitar Festival

By Sarah Lena   I’ve spent most of my life around singers and songwriters, as the daughter of a lead singer in a band. Although my father was employed through a major aerospace firm, his favorite hobby is – as he calls it – pickin’ and grinnin’, which meant there were at least two guitars […]

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Bucket List: Top Huntsville Races

  A special thanks to Gregg Gelmis of We Run Huntsville who kindly provided all the photos used in this post.   Are you a runner or a triathlete? Well you’re in luck! Huntsville has several events you should add to your bucket list of races. While we have a huge running and multisport community with races […]

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What you need to know about Robot Zoo at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center

What you need to know about Robot Zoo at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center

By Erica Jackman   Want to learn and have fun doing it? The U.S. Space & Rocket Center has the perfect exhibit to do just that. Robot Zoo is an entertaining an interactive exhibit being featured at the Rocket Center for a limited time only (so be sure to plan a trip sooner rather than […]

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Nature Connects at Huntsville Botanical Garden an Enchanting, Must-Experience Exhibit

Nature Connects at Huntsville Botanical Garden an Enchanting, Must-Experience Exhibit

By Erica Jackman   Recently, I got the (AWESOME) task of exploring the 2015 exhibit at the Huntsville Botanical Garden to write it up for you guys on iHeartHsv.com!  I’ll be honest with you. I wasn’t the biggest LEGO® connoisseur growing up, but, man, was I impressed. The detail behind this LEGO® art (and it is […]

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To-Do List: WhistleStop Bar-B-Que Weekend

To-Do List: WhistleStop Bar-B-Que Weekend

  Debating whether or not you should check out Huntsville’s annual WhistleStop Bar-B-Que Weekend at the Huntsville Historic Depot? Let’s take an in-depth look at just some of the many reasons why you should add this festival to your to-do list: 1) Meat 2) Music   Are you still reading? Honestly, I would assume the […]

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A Pro’s Guide to Panoply Arts Festival

A Pro’s Guide to Panoply Arts Festival

    Buy your tickets in advance We suggest you buy your tickets in advance. You can do this online by clicking here. Weekend passes are just $18 in advance online (You must purchase these before Friday, April 28, at 4:00 p.m.). If you wait, you can purchase individual day passes $10 at the gate (day […]

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