Things to Do in Huntsville
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There’s plenty to enjoy together this Huntsville Weekend! Explore music, enjoy a family game night, hunt for gnomes, and more.
Visiting the Huntsville Botanical Garden in winter is just a little more adorable with the help of these hidden gnomes.
So you’ve decided that this is the year you’ll stop banking all those vacation days and actually USE them. Here are our favorite ways to hit the road, explore the world, and spend time with your family.
The Huntsville Havoc games offer entertainment to fans of all ages with themed game nights, entertainment between periods, and more.
The North Alabama War Dawgs is sure to be a slam dunk for a family fun night with an exciting game, halftime entertainment, and more.
While there is plenty of HO!HO!Holiday fun to be had in Huntsville basically as soon as Halloween is over, there is also plenty of non-holiday related fun happening in November and we wanted to make sure it didn’t get lost in the tinsel. These events won’t feature Santa or reindeer but they do promise lots of family-friendly fun.
The Hero Hike is a free guided hike at Blevins Gap Preserve to honor and support Veterans.
Families looking for a night of kid-friendly, Halloween-themed fun will enjoy the special spooks in store at Frankenville.
The Round Top Folk Festival will combine music with an impressive line up of local artisans and craftspeople.
Children and adults alike will enjoy this whimsical ballet set to the music of Camille Saint-Saens and performed by the Huntsville Ballet.