The Best Landmarks in Huntsville

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Huntsville, Alabama. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


300 Gates Avenue, Huntsville, AL 35801

Since 1819

Museum, House, Garden, Observation Deck, Gift Shop, Special Events, Wedding, Reception, Private Party, Corporate Event, Field Trip, Meeting Space and Facilities, Guided Tours, Groups, Educational Programs, Overnights, Rental Facility, Landmarks, Architecture Buildings, Birthday Party, Conservation, Classrooms, Research & Workshops

It is the oldest public house museum in Alabama - The house was home to several distinguished Huntsville owners before The Weeden family purchased it in 1845

Price: $5.00 Adults, $3.00 Children (ages 5-12)

Wed - Sat : 10:30 am - 11:00 am Sun, Mon & Tue : Closed

We had a wedding reception here. The staff was very helpful and accommodating. Many of the local caterers and other vendors are familiar with this venue and that makes it easy for them to set up and do what is needed to help everything run smoothly. The historical part of the home is also interesting and informative. The director is willing to show you around and make you feel at home.

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109 Gates Ave SE, Huntsville, AL 35801

Since 1819

Landmark, Historic Preservation, Historical Timeline, Architecture Buildings, Historical Building, Observation Deck, Collections, Exhibitions, Events, Historical Places, Cultural Activities, Event Rentals, Library, Summer Camps, Guided Tours, Weddings, Private Occasions, Gift Shop, Field Trips, Holiday Historic House Tour & Collections

Group rates apply to parties of 15 or more - They visit with villagers busy with their daily tasks, seemingly unaware that nearly two centuries have come and gone

Price: Individual Admission: Adult $12.00, Senior $10.00, Youth $10.00, Toddler $5.00

Mon - Fri : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sat & Sun : Closed

I've been to Alabama Constitution Village several times on field trips with my students. I love it. There are working demonstrations for the students to both watch and take part in to learn how things were done in the early days of Huntsville and Alabama. There is everything from a blacksmith, the old post office, a surveyor's office to an early herb garden and replication of a lovely home. It could easily take an entire afternoon and both children and adults would enjoy it.

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6112 Pulaski Pike NW, Huntsville, AL 35810

Since 1818

Museum, Architectural Buildings, House, Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Attractions, Interactive Timeline, Preservation and Restoration, Educational Programs, Youth and Family Programs, Group Tour, Events, Community Outreach, Exhibitions, Workshops, Cultural Activities, Event Rentals, Library, Speaker Presentations & Summer Camp

The two-story house is built of brick laid in Flemish bond and has Federal and Georgian details - Interior woodwork including six mantels is in provincial Federal style

Sat : 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Sun - Fri : Closed

The original block has a bedroom and parlor separated by a central hall, with a dining room in an ell to the northeast. Staircases in the hall and dining room led to three bedrooms on the second floor. In 1956, a porch in the crook of the ell was enclosed, adding a bathroom and small bedroom. Another porch off the rear of the dining room was enclosed and converted into a kitchen. The fa├žade is five bays wide, with twelve-over-twelve sash windows on the ground floor.

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