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Great North Alabama Tourist Attractions You Must See!


U.S. Space and  Rocket Center

This is a must-see if you visit Huntsville. There are not many cities that can put on such a display as the big Saturn V rocket standing outside the Space Museum. For the more adventuresome tourist with a few days or a week to spare, a residency at Space Camp will always be a fond memory.  Coming soon Star Wars exhibit!

Huntsville/Madison County Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden has special features all year round. May and October are the best months for viewing the flowers and plants. The December Galaxy of Lights has won many awards for tourism in the Southeast.


Unclaimed Baggage Center in Scotsboro

A 45-minute trip to Scottsboro is a very short trip for this experience.  Even if you don't buy; you won't forget this shoping experience.

Burritt on the Mountain

One of the delights of Huntsville is seeing the history of the Tennessee Valley and the Huntsville community. The Burritt Museum offers not only the best view in Huntsville, but several log cabins and animals demonstrating how people lived in the second half of the 1800's. Bring the whole family for this experience. 

Alabama Constitution Village

Since the Alabama Constitution was signed in Huntsville in 1819, it is only fitting that a whole village has sprung up to depict the life of Huntsville during the early 1800's. EarlyWorks Children Museum, Historic Huntsville Depot, and the Humphrey-Rodgers House are all located downtown and make up the EarlyWorks Museum Complex.  This is a must see in Huntsville.

Weeden House Museum

Maria Howard Weeden was known worldwide for her paintings of black people. Her drawings were used for the costumes for slaves in "Gone With the Wind." Her Federal-style home is one of the oldest in Huntsville.

Cathedral Caverns State Park in Grant, Alabama

Cathedral Caverns is now a State Park. This cave holds six world record's and is located near Grant, Alabama. Be sure to go into Grant and have lunch at Mimi's Cafe. Don't forget to ask to see the petrified shark teeth!


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