There are several ways you can hear some great stories about Huntsville and its history, but only one of them involves both a trolley AND a muffin. And, really, why would anyone NOT want to do that?
The EarlyWorks Family of Museums offers a breakfast trolley tour every Saturday morning from June through September, allowing patrons to enjoy coffee and a muffin while they hear stories of downtown Huntsville from a trusted guide. BONUS: the trolley is air-conditioned, a must-have in the Southern summer heat.
So what sort of stories will you hear? Well, every guide has their favorites, so every tour is a little bit different (meaning you totally need to go more than once), but here are some types of things you might learn about:
Tickets are $18, and the tours begin at 10 a.m. Call 256.535.6564 for more information or reservations.
PRO TIP: Seating is limited, so call early to make sure you get a seat if you need a specific weekend.
Which iHeartHsv blogger wrote this?
David Hitt is a native of Huntsville who enjoys telling the stories of his hometown. He works in strategic communications for NASA’s Space Launch System, the rocket that will send astronauts to Mars and prove once again that nobody builds ‘em like the Rocket City. David tells Huntsville history stories at the Huntsville Ghost Walk, Constitution Village’s downtown trolley tour, and the Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll. He’s the author of two books on space history, “Homesteading Space” and “Bold They Rise” and is the director of the Comic Science Improv comedy troupe.