There are so many exciting events going on this Huntsville weekend. From opening up the pumpkin patch to hikes and movies in the park, there’s something for everyone. If you can’t find something below, you can always check our full calendar of events for even more cool stuff.
Fall 2021 Activity Guide
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Huntsville weekend fun for families
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Each week we host what we think are your best bets below for finding some family fun (and joy) this weekend in Huntsville, but be sure to check out our full schedule if you don’t see a thing. of what you like here.
Free and inexpensive activities
- FREE – Shop for Fall Fashion for Less at Small lambs consignment sale. Details
- FREE – Join the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra for the Music Explorers Club. Details
- FREE – Jam at Small brigade at the Lowe Mill Fall Concerts on the Wharf. Details
- FREE – Watch Monsters Inc. during Films of Autumn Fridays in the Park. Details
- FREE – Enjoy a free concert by Calypso Vision to the County Line Concert Series. Details
- FREE – Take a 3 km hike with naturalist Tim Gels to #HugaTreeLT Tree ID Hike. Details
- FREE – Give a hand to National Public Lands Day and help clean up Flint River. Details
- FREE – Grab something delicious from a farmer at Madison City Farmers Market. Details
- Jump on inflatable houses, shop from local vendors and more at Pioneer family fun day. Details
- Enjoy a Family game night with Turnip & Joletta in Shenanigans. Details
- FREE – Relax by the flint during Operation Green Team’s Yoga by the river. Details
- FREE – Buy without breaking the bank at Athens Kids Mart consignment sale. Details
- FREE – Enjoy live entertainment, food and fun at 325 Neighborhood party. Details
- FREE – Meet downtown for the Big Spring Park Scavenger Hunt for kids! Details
- FREE – Join Greater Huntsville Humanitarian Society for the day of the downtown dog. Details
- FREE – Enjoy a hunt out of this world for Huntsville Space Murals. Details
- FREE – Enjoy a parade, arts and crafts show, and more at Eva Frontier Days. Details
- FREE – Support local bereaved families at TEARS Foundation Rock and walk. Details
Worth it this weekend in Huntsville
- Last chance to see Huntsville Botanical Garden The night blooms before it disappears! Details
- Prepare for a spooky season and go on Huntsville Ghost Walk. Details
- Visit Lyon family farms for the opening weekend and their fall festival. Details
- Ride the children’s roller coaster at 4D farms before you pick your pumpkin. Details
- Show your true colors at Hidden river Inaugural Festival of Color Sprayers. Details
- Explore Alligator Awesomeness during Cook Museum Science on the spot. Details
- Stay in Huntsville for less with the new Rocket City Child Pass. Details
- Cosplay, interact with special guests and more at Lowe Mill Comic Con. Details
- Stroll through the Scarecrow trail at the celebration of the Festifall of HBG. Details
- Explore nature through STEM activities at Huntsville Botanical Garden From seeds to sprouts. Details
- Explore Alabama’s awe-inspiring ecosystems during the Cook Museum Science on the spot. Details
- Travel across cosmic distances to US Space & Rocket Center’s INTUITIVE planetarium. Details
So that’s what we know. Did we miss something cool happening in the Huntsville area? Leave in the comments or drop us a note at [email protected] If you have a free / cheap family event that you would like to add to our calendar, please feel free to submit it anytime, but keep in mind that we have other jobs as well, so give us a few days in advance 🙂
DISCLAIMER: At Rocket City Mom, we do our best to provide accurate and useful information on events and activities. This information (such as times and locations) is gathered from user submissions, press releases, local newspapers, city signs, and word of mouth. While we always try to confirm details before they are published in the Huntsville Weekend Roundup, sometimes the details change or we receive inaccurate information. Where possible, we link our articles to the source where our information comes from and we strongly urge you to confirm details before you go, especially outdoor events and weather.