Posts tagged with: U.S. Space & Rocket Center

[VLOG]: Discover SCUBA at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center

[VLOG]: Discover SCUBA at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center

  Discover SCUBA If you’ve visited the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, I’m sure you’ve seen the Underwater Astronaut Trainer tank. You may have even peeked inside to see people playing basketball, performing an “extravehicular activity” (EVA), or just practicing moving around in microgravity. But, did you know that YOU can go down in the […]

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Between Imagination and Invention: The Art of NASA in the Space Age

Between Imagination and Invention: The Art of NASA in the Space Age

  Where can imagination take us? As we all know by now, Huntsville is known for its rockets. What you may not know is that behind the scientists and innovators who take us to space, are artists who bring their imagination and vision to life on canvas.     More than 20 of those artists’ […]

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Best Things to Do With Your Best Friend in Huntsville

Best Things to Do With Your Best Friend in Huntsville

  Looking to plan the perfect afternoon with your best friends in the Rocket City? Trying to come up with an activity that everyone in your group can enjoy? If so, you’re in luck! Whatever you’re planning, Huntsville has plenty of activities for an outing with your friends. We’ve got the ultimate guide for crafting […]

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5 DIY Rocket City Valentines to Impress Your Crush

5 DIY Rocket City Valentines to Impress Your Crush

  Love is in the air, my friends! And of course, love must be expressed through the ancient tradition of gifting the one for whom your heart beats a token of affection on the fourteenth day of the second month of the year. (That’s Valentine’s Day!) For your special someone, obviously you can’t just waltz […]

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[VLOG]: The Instagram Guide to Huntsville

[VLOG]: The Instagram Guide to Huntsville

Hi everyone! My name is Katie and I am SUPER excited to be kicking off the 2017 #iHeartHsv campaign! For the past three years, the Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau has hosted a social media campaign to encourage people around the world to share what they love about Huntsville and Madison County. Every day […]

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6 Signs You’re in Love with the Rocket City

6 Signs You’re in Love with the Rocket City

6 Signs You’re in Love with the Rocket City Admit it, Huntsville’s a pretty amazing city and you kind of have a crush on it.  The Rocket City has a Saturn V in its skyline, the most craft breweries in the state and Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment, the largest privately owned arts facility in […]

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Dear TBEX: TBEXtras

Dear TBEX: TBEXtras

  Believe you me, TBEX and the Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau have any number of adventures and events to keep you on your toes while you’re in the Rocket City! But, should you decide to arrive a little early, stay a little later or just plain sneak away for some alone time, you’ll […]

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5 Things to Do When Your Family Comes to Visit you in Huntsville: Holiday Edition

5 Things to Do When Your Family Comes to Visit you in Huntsville: Holiday Edition

5 Things to Do When Your Family Comes to Visit you in Huntsville: Holiday Edition 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 […]

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Holiday Magic Pass

Holiday Magic Pass

It’s once again time for the Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau’s Holiday Pass! This is my favorite way to save on holiday events around Huntsville. This year the holiday pass includes discounts to seven attractions: Skating in the Park Visit the Huntsville Museum of Art each evening from November 18, 2016 – January 3, […]

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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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