We’ve listed our favorite free and/or cheap things to do with kids, as well as some seasonal events worth your money & time inside the Huntsville Weekend Roundup.
A spring break camp is a great way for your child to explore the world why staying right here in the Tennessee Valley! Hurry – they fill up fast!
What did a Christmas celebration look like when Huntsville was first settled? Your family will find out if you win tickets to Burritt On the Mountain’s Kris Kringle’s Candlelight Christmas.
Students from all over the country will be able to come to the new Rosenwald Schoolhouse at Burritt On the Mountain to have an immersive educational experience.
Get rich quick with a treasure trove of fun for the whole family! This Parent Review of Burritt’s Treasure Hunt on Gold Mountain will tell you all you need to know before you go.
It’s a beautiful non-commercial way for your family to welcome the holiday season, all set in the warm glow of thousands of candles throughout the historic Burritt On the Mountain’s museum grounds.
The Time Travel Adventure takes you on a scavenger hunt through the 1800s, back to a simpler, quiet time. The only sounds were the sounds of happy children singing along with a man playing a violin on the front porch. I didn’t hear cars, cell phones, or the hum of computers, just nature, the violin, and singing. It was peaceful.
Happy birthday week to the US of A! You know that Huntsville is planning to celebrate in style and we’ve included all of those opportunities below in our list of fun & free things to do with your family. Stock up on fresh & local blueberries, peaches, corn, tomatoes, and other yummy produce for your BBQ […]
Thar’s gold in them thar’ hills! In all my years of living in Alabama I don’t remember learning that Alabama had its very own gold rush, do you? Not even in 9th grade Alabama history. Well, there WAS a gold rush in Alabama in the 1830s, and my 10-year-old and I learned about it at […]