Posts tagged with: Huntsville Botanical Garden

5 Ways to Get Your 10,000 Steps When Visiting Huntsville

5 Ways to Get Your 10,000 Steps When Visiting Huntsville

5 Ways to Get Your 10,000 Steps When Visiting Huntsville As the weather cools off and the leaves begin to change, everyone is excited about spending the crisp fall days outdoors. And it’s the perfect time of year to move your workouts into the sunshine and enjoy the changing scenery as your cardio kicks in. […]

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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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A billion (or so) reasons to be in Huntsville, Alabama for July 4th weekend

A billion (or so) reasons to be in Huntsville, Alabama for July 4th weekend

  *Editor’s note: Dates, times, and other relevant event information has been updated in this blog to accurately reflect 2018 activities.   Ok. Ok. We don’t really have ONE BILLION reasons, but we have a lot of reasons we think you would have a blast (we can’t help the space puns) in Huntsville, Alabama for […]

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Huntsville Launches New Meeting Spaces

Huntsville Launches New Meeting Spaces

  New Meeting Spaces in Huntsville Huntsville, Alabama, has a diverse selection of event venues for all styles and preferences. While our list was already top-of-the-line, our venues have kicked it up a notch by expanding, refreshing and innovating what they have to offer for special events, conferences and meetings. Check out the exciting new […]

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#iHeartHsv Love Through the Lens

#iHeartHsv Love Through the Lens

  In Huntsville and Madison County, we have some incredible scenery, whether it is our downtown or the nature surrounding us. Here, we have a collection of beautiful photos of some of our favorite places in Huntsville to photograph. Share with us your favorite Huntsville spots to capture behind the lens!         […]

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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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Four Reasons to Run the Rocket City Marathon

Four Reasons to Run the Rocket City Marathon

  Four Reasons to Run the Rocket City Marathon The Rocket City Marathon is, like any marathon, 26.2 miles. Or, to put it in “Rocket City” context, 381 Saturn V moon rockets laid end to end. Four miles farther than the Apollo 17 crew drove on the moon. It’s 0.0001 percent of the distance to […]

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Where to Have Halloween Fun in Huntsville

Where to Have Halloween Fun in Huntsville

Where to Have Halloween Fun in Huntsville Pumpkin carving contests, hayrides, costume parties—Huntsville has everything you need to have a spooktacular Halloween. Several venues will be hosting events that bring together the community to celebrate fun, fall and family traditions. And the fun isn’t just for kids! You’ll be sure to find something frighteningly entertaining, […]

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North Alabama Rocket Trail

North Alabama Rocket Trail

J.R.R. Tolkien wrote, “Not all those who wander are lost,”  but Bugs Bunny also knew he should have taken that “left turn at Albuquerque.” If you’re an explorer like me, you enjoy seeking out locations and experiences that speak to all that you love to see and do. Good news for you, and me, is […]

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[VLOG]: Top 6 Tourist Spots in Madison County

[VLOG]: Top 6 Tourist Spots in Madison County

Hi everyone! Katie here. May is National Travel & Tourism Month, so I’m sharing my top six tourist spots in Madison County.   1. Big Spring Park/Downtown Fittingly, our first stop is the Big Spring, which is where Huntsville founder John Hunt settled in 1805. There is no shortage of things to do in Big […]

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