Our Must List of things to do with your family this Spring is here! Check off each of these 25 things and you’re guaranteed to get the most out of the season.
Huntsville Botanical Garden
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Don’t you want to kick off Spring Break weekend in Huntsville in a big way? Check out our weekly list of fun and free/cheap events and your kids will think you’re a ROCKSTAR. So will your wallet.
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Ready to frolic? There are so many spring events in Huntsville and North Alabama that we guarantee your family is going to be busy. Don’t see what you’re looking for on this list, be sure to check out our full 2017 Spring Activities Guide sponsored by the Heart of the Valley YMCA. You’ll find a listing […]
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Easter egg hunts and bunny sightings in Huntsville and North Alabama!
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We love to list our favorite free and/or cheap family-friendly things to do each week! What are your plans to get out and spend time with your kids in Huntsville?
Galaxy of Lights is the perfect holiday treat for the young and young-at-heart and you can win one of five passes we’re giving away on Day 11 of our 12 Days of Giveaways.
Huntsville Botanical Garden’s Galaxy of Lights is a long-time holiday tradition for not just local families, but also people from all over the southeast of the United States. 25,000 cars go through the holiday light show on driving nights, and that’s not even counting the awesome Walking Nights HBG has added!
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As Fall Break winds down, take heart! There’s still more fun to be had and it’s all here in our Huntsville Weekend Roundup.
Experience HBG through the eyes of a kid in this first installment of our Rocket City Mom Kid Reporter series. Houses, Huts, & Habitats gets a whole new perspective!
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The tiny homes movement is alive and well at the Huntsville Botanical Garden! The garden’s new exhibit Houses, Huts, and Habitats is all about the place we call home. Whether you’re a bird, a giant dog, a fairy, or a hobbit, you’ll find a place to rest your weary head here.