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Huntsville is a town in Madison County, a small but rapidly growing city. Commonly known as Rocket City, is a town that is mostly known for its direct relation to NASA who set up base here with the US Space and Rocket Center and the Redstone Arsenal. Most people think it is just a town of engineers who build missiles and rockets, which is mostly true, but it has much more to offer! People of all personalities, backgrounds, races, and interests have found their home in the city of Huntsville. Here are only 6 out of many touristy attractions.

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 Bridge Street Town Center

There is more than just shopping as this beautiful outdoor mall. It features a walking trail, train rides, carousel, guest houses, live weekend music shows and a five-acre lake, all there to entertain you during your visit in Huntsville. One cannot fail to love the mall as it was designed with vintage-world class charm mixed with modern store fronts featuring cobblestone walkways, a masterpiece from European architecture. There is more than seventy shopping stores and restaurants, the 232 room Westin Huntsville hotel, 14-Cinemamark concert and movie theater and the prestigious 150 room element Westin resort. One of the coolest things about Bridge Street is it nearness to the US Space and Rocket Center. One can enjoy the site as it is only a five-minute drive from the Westin hotel and you can see the Saturn-V rocket in the distance. The mall is located at the corner of Old Research Park Boulevard and Madison Pike (S.R. 225) near the Cummings Research-park, and I-565. To take a look at all Bridge Street has to offer, check out their website www.bridgestreethuntsville.com Located 365 The Bridge Street, Huntsville, AL 35806 For information feel free to contact the following  Guest Services: (256) 327-8400 Ryan Ginty (General Manager) – rginty@bayerproperties.com Haley Buie (Marketing Manager) – hbuie@bayerproperties.com

Huntsville Downtown

This center has a historic square, shady sidewalks, world-class technology and innovative persons. With 40+ different festival venues throughout Downtown, you can do anything from get a drink at a bar to learning how to throw axes. There’s dancing, to live music, to huge performances put on in the Von Braun Center including Dancing with the Stars, the Huntsville Symphony, the Huntsville Ballet, and off-Broadway performances. There is nothing good as memories and that’s why Huntsville combined a world-class art museum offering interactive experiences and inspiring history which results a guaranteed memorable adventure. The museums include Huntsville Museum of Art, Constitutional Village, Historic Weeden house and many others. Downtown Huntsville is famous for its production of beer and has its very own Beer Trail. Huntsville has twelve craft breweries with 7 being in downtown and there is no greater way to visit new places in the city than to follow the trail card given at any of these breweries. These breweries are usually located next to wonderful restaurants that offer exquisite cuisine from all genres of food. Check out Downtown’s website to see all it has to offer www.downtownhuntsville.org

 Lowe Mill Art And Entertainment

The supreme goal of Lowe Mill Arts and Entertainment is to educate the public about art and creativity while nurturing potential artists. In order to achieve these goals, the mill has introduced a community where artists are able to create, show and sell their work. The concentrated community allows the public to visit, view the displayed works of art, acquire some new skills and even buy artwork. This facility is the largest privately-owned art center in the US. It consists of 148 working studios, over two hundred makers and artists, a theater, six galleries and a performance venue. Events and activities are scheduled here including contra dancing, pottery, soap making, art lessons, Christmas market, art shows and competitions, Comic conventions, concerts on the dock, and many more. Check out their website http://www.lowemill.net/ Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment is open to the public during these hours: Wednesday 12-6pm Thursday 12-6pm Friday 12-8pm Saturday 10am-6pm Located 2211 Seminole Dr. Huntsville, Alabama 35805 General information +1 256-533-0399

Monte Sano State Park

Located in Northern Huntsville, Monte Sano State park is a famous tourist destination joint. Monte Sano means Mountain of Health and it got this name in the 1800 as visitors from the US came here to enjoy the fresh air, beautiful sceneries and mineral springs. The experience is more thrilling during Spring as the azaleas bloom along the fourteen miles of biking and twenty miles of hiking trails. Monte Sano offers a variety of serene mountain setting suitable for various group functions including business meetings, family reunions, weddings and recreational activities. The lodge is great for parties, weddings, business conferences or meetings, or special gatherings hosting up to 175 people. There are also a number of other attractions in the Park such as the CCC Museum And MemorialVon Braun Astronomical Society, pavilions, disc golf course, camp grounds, and a beautiful event center.  Sitting on 2140 acres of land, Monte Sano offers spectacular views from the mountains and a great place to escape the city life. Located 5105 Nolen Ave SE, Huntsville, AL 35801 Contact Information For lodge rental information – (256) 534-3757 For general information – (256) 534-6589 Office Hours 7 days a week – 8am-5:00pm Park Hours 7 days a week – 8am-sunset (trails close 30 minutes before sunset)

U.S. Space and Rocket Center

Huntsville is called Rocket City because of the 363ft tall Saturn V rocket that anchors the Huntsville skyline. Built in 1970, this science museum is dedicated to teaching and displaying all things space. You can visit Rocket Park which includes the finest rocket collection in the world, there’s the standing Saturn V and one that is laid on its side inside the Davidson center, They have a 67ft IMAX screen theater to view space movies! They provide a fun theme park feel with their rides Moon Shot and G-Force Accelerator. There’s so much to see at the Space Center that you could fill the whole day. They also provide camps for children including the coveted Space Camp program. This is an excellent place to learn about the history of our space exploration that has changed the course of the world and an amazing way to spend time with friends and family. Check out their website: www.rocketcenter.com Tickets to visit are: Adults(13 and up) – $25 Children (5 to 12) – $17 Children 4 and under – FREE General information (256) 837-3400 Even if you’re just visiting Huntsville for a weekend or you’re choosing to move here, you will find that there is plenty to do for the whole family. These are only a couple of the many destinations in Huntsville to explore. There are new and upcoming things happening in this city so it’s a great place to visit to be a part of history!