The Alabama Constitution Village and the Earlyworks Children's Museum are part of a four-plex of museums. The other two components of which are the Historic Huntsville Depot and the Humphreys Rodgers House.
Huntsville is a marvelous destination that is suitable for day trips as well as longer stays. Historic homes, museums, and historic parks abound. Many have costumed docents and interpreters. For instance free guided walking tours of the Twickenham historic district are offered each Saturday, and Burritt on the Mountain, a historic park and museum, features costumed guides who reenact traditional activities related to farm life between 1850-1900. In addition you will find other attractions in the city such as the Huntsville Museum of Art and the Alabama State Black Archives Research Center and Museum. Huntsville also offers a host of recreational and natural attractions that will delight the whole family.
Planning a trip to Huntsville is remarkably easy, all you have to do is contact the Huntsville Convention & Visitors Bureau to discover all that Huntsville has to offer, from dinning and lodging options to the various package deals that are available. In addition to package deals, you can also purchase a Huntsville Passport that allows you to purchase a discounted, combination ticket that will grant you entry to a variety of attractions in Huntsville.
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- The Huntsville Convention & Visitors Bureau can be reached online at: www.huntsville.org/ or via phone at: 1-800-SPACE-4-U
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