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Things To Do Huntsville: Fall Walking Tours

By: Huntsville Real Estate Expert Mike Manosky On October 8, 2014

fall walking toursDid you know that Huntsville is home to the South’s largest concentration of antebellum homes? The Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau sponsors free guided Walking Tours that take place in the spring and fall. You won’t want to miss exploring the beauty and history of Huntsville’s storied past. Take a look at the fall walking tour details below.

When:
October 11

Where:
The Five Points Walking Tour meets at corner of  Wells Avenue and Maple Hill Drive (or NW corner of Maple Hill Cemetery).

The Old Town Walking Tour meets at 122 Walker Avenue in Huntsville.

Length:
The walking tours last 1 – 1 ½ hours.

Reservations:
Nope. Just show up. Walking tours are FREE

What if it rains?
If the rain is light, bring your umbrellas! If the weather is severe or there is heavy rain, there will be no replacement date scheduled.

Information courtesy of Huntsville Real Estate Agent Mike Manosky.

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