Quality Inn University
3788 University Dr.
Huntsville, AL 35816
Phone: (256) 533-3291
Fax: (256) 536-7389
Hunstville Botanical Garden is an oasis of calm and tranquility. The garden has winding roads surrounded by trees, flowers, streams and waterfalls. This beautifully landscaped garden offers garden tours with audio guides and also has picnic tables if you wish to get food from home. This 112-acre garden is an ideal venue for weddings, parties and meetings and is available for rent.
When Susie Hudson laid the foundation of Washington Square, with the intention of providing Downtown with some good food and nightlife, little did she know that it would go on to become the most popular entertainment venue in the city. Located within plush and verdant surroundings, the beautifully architectured building of Washington Square exudes a wonderful old world charm. Catch all the live sports action at Mason's Pub. Humphrey's Bar & Grill is your place to be, if you're looking for great food, good music and the ultimate party nightspot. Otherwise, for a more elegant dining experience, opt for The Chophouse, which is a beautiful blend of luxury and comfort. Live music, finger-licking food, the ultimate party destinations are all here, at the Washington Square for you.
Originally used to transport cotton, this park is part of the Indian Creek Canal. It is the site of many outdoor activities including concerts and holiday events.
Made up steel and wood, this Space Shuttle test stimulator is called the Space Shuttle Orbiter Pathfinder. Originally the shuttle was built at the Marshall Space Flight Center, the Shuttle was used for checking on the roadway clearances, cranne capabilities, etc. Currently standing as a storage thats rooting into history, the shuttle camt to be known after the 'Great Space Shuttle Exposition'. It is a great place to visit and known the beauty and it's history.
This five-bay Federal style house is a favorite spot for weddings and receptions. The goal of this museum is to preserve furniture and architecture of the Federal period. It is the birthplace of artist-poet Maria Howard Weeden and contains many of her 19th-century watercolors.
Big Spring Park is a beautifully landscaped park in the city of Huntsville. The park is located on the site of an underground spring that was source of water during the 18th century. The park features the gifts received by the city from other counties and cities. Some notable ones include the Red Bridge from Japan, a Fog Bell from Norway and a park bench from Britain. The park hosts a popular arts festival and a happening music festival annually. This is a tranquil place to relax in the afternoon and soak up the sun.
The United States Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama, was set up with the intention of inspiring interest in aeronautical engineering, space and aviation among young adults. Not only does the center fulfil this objective, it also manages to do so in a fun and exciting way. Various camps for children, families, adults as well as corporates are available such as Advance Space Academy, Robotics Camp, Family Program and Aviation Challenge. The camps not only teach science related skills, but also imbibe a sense of leadership and teamwork among the participants.
Located just southwest of Huntsville about two hours from Birmingham, the U.S. Space and Rocket Center is one of the most extraordinary destinations in Alabama. On display here are rockets, boosters, capsules and space suits used in NASA missions over the years. There is also an IMAX movie theater and a summer space camp for children. The center is open daily except major holidays. The admission price includes a trip to the nearby Marshall Space Flight Center, where you can watch the construction of NASA's new space station.
Family amusement park attractions for everyone.
One of the oldest remaining railroad structures in the United States.
If you are looking for a great place to enjoy a game of soccer or just enjoy some time out, then John Hunt Park is just the place to be. There are several eating and drinking options available at the park. The park is interesting with many local teams playing here on a regular basis. Outside eatables and cameras are not permitted inside the premises. All in all, this a good spot for a game of soccer and a breath of fresh air.
This two thousand plus acre park is located within the city limits of Huntsville, but visitors feel as if the city if miles behind. It features trails for hiking and horseback riding, picnic and playground areas, and campgrounds.