Posts tagged with: Galaxy of Lights

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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Family Activities in Huntsville: Holiday Edition

Family Activities in Huntsville: Holiday Edition

Family Activities in Huntsville: Holiday Edition *Post updated for 2018. So your family is coming to spend Christmas break in Huntsville and you’re wondering what on Earth am I going to do with all these people to keep them happy and entertained? Not to worry. Here’s some great ideas that will have you and your […]

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[VLOG]: The Galaxy of Lights

[VLOG]: The Galaxy of Lights

  Galaxy of Lights The Galaxy of Lights at the Huntsville Botanical Gardens is a “can’t miss” event around the holidays, and it’s easy to see why! For a few weeks every year, larger-than-life light displays take over the gardens to delight all. The tradition started in 1996, meaning this is the 21st annual Galaxy […]

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Plan your trip to Huntsville, AL around these awesome annual events

Thinking about visiting Rocket City, USA? We humbly present you with this list of annual events that happen in Huntsville, Alabama every year. It’s probably a good idea to plan your Huntsville getaway when one…or more..of these uniquely Huntsville events are happening. See you in Huntsville!

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A Dog’s Guide to Exploring Huntsville, Alabama

A Dog’s Guide to Exploring Huntsville, Alabama

The iHeartHsv (aka “Hairless and tailless packmates”) team is very honored to publish a very special post, from a very special guest blogger: Regular Contributor David Hitt’s dog Amos. You read that right. By Amos Hitt   To my canine brethren in Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi – (These are the only territories I have marked as […]

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