Now you can hear the stories behind some of Huntsville’s earliest city-dwellers and discover how this
neighborhood has played an integral role from the 1800s to the present day.
The history of Huntsville is parallel with the Old Town Historic District. Discover the homes, the people and
the structures that tell the story of Huntsville from its earliest years to the present.
Walk along historic streets and stroll into one of Huntsville’s earliest neighborhoods. Discover the remarkable homes and buildings and people that tell the story Huntsville’s connection to the Creek Indian War, Huntsville’s connection to the Civil War, Huntsville’s connection to Civil Rights, Huntsville’s connection to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Huntsville’s connection to Women’s Suffrage, Huntsville’s connection the The Space Race and much more.
Because of the short nature of 2 hours, there are no comfort stops. There are no retail areas, so bring your
water and sunscreen and snacks with you.
These are private homes and private yards on our tour. We will stay on the sidewalk and respect the
privacy of the homeowner.
Meet Up Location: 119 Howe Ave NE, Huntsville, AL 35801
Near Bud Cramer Park, corner of Meridian and Howe Huntsville AL
Date/Time: Dates available on calendar with times to be determined upon booking.
Duration: 2 Hours
Cost Per Person: $50
Group Rate: $300 covers up to 20 people
Please contact us at Contact Us – Touronimo.com for large groups or private tours.
Appropriate clothing for experience:
- It is imperative to wear comfortable shoes
- Stay weather aware. Layer and dress appropriately. Experiences will be rescheduled during times of severe weather