Posts tagged with: Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll

Five Must-See Historic Huntsville Spots

Five Must-See Historic Huntsville Spots

Five Must-See Historic Huntsville Spots for Visitors Katie Stamps, Historic Preservationist for the City of Huntsville 1. 506 Franklin Street, Twickenham Historic District Being partial to Victorian-era architecture, I became utterly captivated by the c. 1887 Goldsmith-Donovan House when I started working for the City of Huntsville.  Originally a modest, two-story cottage, this Italianate-style dwelling […]

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38 Free Things to Do in Huntsville this Summer

38 Free Things to Do in Huntsville this Summer

38 Free Things to Do in Huntsville this Summer Editor’s Note: This blog has been updated to accurately reflect 2018 events and activities. Sometimes we think in order to have a little fun, we have to spend, spend, spend to have a good time. Well, you and your wallet are in luck because we have come […]

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Haunted Huntsville

Haunted Huntsville

Haunted Huntsville It was, perhaps, Vincent Price who said it best, in Michael Jackson’s immortal Thriller: “Darkness falls across the land The midnight hour is close at hand Creatures crawl in search of blood To terrorize y’all’s neighborhood” Halloween is approaching, and you certainly wouldn’t want to be found without the soul for getting down […]

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4 Characters You’ll Meet at the Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll

4 Characters You’ll Meet at the Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll

4 Characters You’ll Meet at the Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll For more than a quarter of a century, the Huntsville Pilgrimage Association has organized the annual Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll, their biggest event each year to help fund raise and support their primary purpose: advancing the appreciation and education of Huntsville’s diverse cultural heritage and […]

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Take a Walk with Us! The Huntsville/Madison County History Walking Tour Rundown

Take a Walk with Us! The Huntsville/Madison County History Walking Tour Rundown

  Huntsville may be famous for its role in building the future as the Rocket City. It’s also a place with a rich history, dating back even before it became Alabama’s first state capital. From museums to trolley tours, there are many ways to enjoy learning some local history, but on a nice day, none […]

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