Search results for Huntsville And Decatur
Permanent home for artifacts and memorabilia, veteran uniforms, medals, weapons, photos, books, tapes and news clippings.
1840s Greek Revival Founders Hall at Athens State University, the state's oldest college. Altar's elegant wood carvings tell story of New Testament.
A fixed-distance range where all archers line up equally and shoot at targets positioned at different distances.
State-of-the-art multi-use facility offering baseball/softball, soccer, swimming, and disc golf. Athens Recreation Center nearby.
Rolling course with trees, water and grass.
District reflects town's beginning as a local trade center and includes more than 100 homes, buildings and sites dating from 1820 to 1930.
This three-story antique mall has a wide spectrum of collectibles.
Primarily Civil War military equipment, including guns, swords, rifles, bayonets, uniforms, etc. Also pre- and post-Civil War items. Cannons, Civil War drums, canon shells and diagrams depicting various Civil War battle scenes are also displayed. Collection also includes several documents signed by well known Civil War participants and leaders.
Provides an environment to promote learning, creation and appreciation of the visual arts by presenting different exhibits throughout the year.
Extensive collections of beautiful and exotic insects, mounted birds, mammals, rocks and minerals, seashells and coral. Films and live interactive exhibits.
This store specializes in Fire King Glassware.
Antique/specialty shops, covered walks, abundant parking and restrooms at depot. Quaint restaurants. Annual Depot Days third Sat. each Sept. Christmas Open House first weekend in Nov.
Museum for those interested in America's wars from the Revolutionary War to the present and all branches of service. Uniforms, photos, medals, flags, etc.
Built 1914, restored by community. Historical displays by the Hartselle Historical Society. Home to Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce. Hosts many community and civic events.
Dedicated to Purple Heart recipients. Rededicated annually on Aug. 7 by calling out the names and ringing a bell for all 198 recipients.
1/8-mi. NHRA-sanctioned drag strip located 6 mi. north of Huntsville.
Hands-on program brings children, preschool to third grade, and their parents together to learn about aviation and have fun in a nonthreatening environment.
In 1866, Congress passed legislation establishing two cavalries composed of African-Americans. After Spanish-American War, the 10th U.S. Cavalry was ordered to Camp Forse in Huntsville.
Scenic trail rides, all ages. One- to two-hr. guided rides in beautiful Alabama mountains. Camping, picnics, parties, day camps, lay-ups for traveling horsemen.
Costumed guides lead tours of working village (1805-1819). Cabinetmaker's shop, print shop, confectionery shop, library and post office. Commemorates 1819 Constitutional Convention site.
Finest dual-rink facility in Southeast. Public sessions, hockey, birthday parties. Skating lessons with Huntsville Skating School.
Lagoon with ducks and fish. Part of Indian Creek Canal, formerly used to transport cotton. Huntsville was settled (1805) near this limestone spring.
1850 house now an art gallery for local artists. Walk through time (1850-1950) and enjoy 100 years of decorative style.
Guides share stories about homes' owners as well as recognize each site's distinctive style.
1818 village. Oldest incorporated Alabama town. Post office: original call boxes built prior to Civil War. Community brick church (cir. 1838), stagecoach inn (cir. 1820).
Nice antiques mall, glass, pottery, advertising, military, religious, radios, bottles, furniture, stained glass, etc. 5,000 sq. ft. Don't miss this one!
Highlands Course: mountain backdrop, traditional Scottish-style. River Course: Elevated greens,thick forests, RTJ designed, no sand bunkers. Short Course: traditional layout, each hole averaging more than 200 yards.
Ideal for indoor track, flea markets, car/animal shows, 4-H judging, bull-riding events, concerts. 70 camper spots, 670 stalls. Managed by the Public Park and Recreation Board of Morgan County.