Hidden Treasures You Have To Visit

Whether you are new to the area or looking to explore your hometown a little more, Tennessee Valley Weekend has put together a list of hidden treasures in and around Huntsville! In no time, you’ll know Huntsville like the back of your hand!

Murals & Sculptures Downtown

Arts Huntsville has put together a Sculpture Trail and Mural Map to help you experience art  in public spaces around downtown. Most importantly, don’t forget your camera! And, you can learn all about Huntsville History at your own pace and on your own schedule with Digital Huntsville Tours!

Phone: (256) 519-2787

View the Mural Map, here!

Find out more about the Sculpture Trail, here!

Find the digital tours here.

Hays Nature Preserve

If you are looking to get outdoors and explore the hidden treasures of Huntsville, you have to check out the city’s largest park! From ponds to biking and hiking, Hays has it all!

Address: 7161 US-431, Owens Cross Roads, AL 35763

Phone: (256) 427-5116

View the Trail Map

Dead Children's Playground

Feeling a little on the spooky side? Then, you have to check out this hidden park inside of Alabama’s largest cemetery. Dead Children’s Playground  s a haunted isolated park is located right in the middle of Maple Hill Cemetery.

Address: 1351 McClung Avenue SE, Huntsville, AL 35801

Phone: (256) 883-3291

Rainbow Mountain

Located off Stoneway Trail, Rainbow Mountain has several trails that lead you to beautiful rock formations, fossils, caves and beautiful views. Trails are generally rocky but easily manageable for all ages and, best of all, pet friendly.

Address: 230 Stoneway Trail, Madison, AL 35758

Phone: (256) 534-5263

Visit the Trail Map

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