Huntsville Botanical Garden
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This garden is open year-round and features a picture-perfect aquatic garden and specialty gardens throughout the 112 stunning acres. The Children’s garden and Nature Center contain the nation’s largest seasonal butterfly house.
The Huntsville Botanical Garden is open year-round and boasts a picture perfect aquatic garden, a spectacular wildflower and nature trail and numerous specialty gardens and plant collections. The Children’s Garden and Nature Center contain the nation’s largest seasonal butterfly house and eight…
Absolutely Beautiful all year round......Christmas Lights tour during the holidays. 7 to 10 minutes up the street!
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“Tons of trails for hiking, biking, even some rock climbing. Beautiful views to the south and east of Huntsville. Expect to pay $5 per person at the gate, and then enjoy a full day on the mountain, fun for the whole family. Look for deer and mountain goats on the trails!”
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“From Norman Rockwell to Hudson River School Landscapes and everything in between, the Huntsville Museum of Art is a must-see on your next visit to Huntsville! The Huntsville Museum of Art sits in Big Spring Park, the epicenter of the dynamic and evolving city center that is Downtown Huntsville, Alabama and works as a magnet for cultural activities. Stop by today and see the Museum's permanent collection of art, along with a wide variety of well-known traveling exhibitions. The Museum also has a large interactive children's gallery! Visit the hsvmuseum.org for all of the current and upcoming exhibitions. Founded in 1970 by city ordinance of the Museum Board of the City of Huntsville, the Museum serves Huntsville and Madison County's combined population of 420,000 residents. The mission statement of the Museum is to bring people and art together through acquiring, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting the highest quality works of art.”
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“One of the best restaurants in Huntsville. This elegant venue provides a romantic dining experience that is perfect for date night. The historic location and building dates back to the 1800s. It was once a bank and cotton store. The same award-winning chef of Commerce Kitchen is also in charge at Cotton Row. The menu may be small but everything is done to perfection. We recommend you make reservations. Our favorites are the filet mignon and the rack of lamb (when it is available). We can't say enough about this place!”
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“Lowe Mill is a place where all things art come together in one place. Great coffee/tea/food, music, and art of all kinds in an old mill that's full of history!”
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