Things to Do

Below is a listing of museums and other popular points of interest. For additional information on Huntsville attractions and locations view our City Map or Business Directory.
  1. The Blue Lagoon/Scuba Diving

    The Blue Lagoon is a full service, PADI 5 star Instructor Developmental Center. We offer all inclusive weekend PADI scuba lessons for the beginner all the way to the Instructor level.

  2. City Tours

    Explore more than 30 beautiful monumental buildings that were developed as early as 1831.

  3. Gibbs-Powell Home Museum

    Find out more information about the historical Gibbs-Powell home.

  4. H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans Museum

    The Museum is a place for preservation of military memorabilia, personal stories, artifacts and the history of past wars to remember Americas veterans and their sacrifices.

  5. Historical Huntsville Ghost Tours

    Join us for an exciting tour of Huntsville, Texas locations known to inhabit some of our other-worldly friends.

  6. Historic Main Street

    Main Street is a downtown redevelopment program at work in over 40 states and over a thousand cities nationwide.

  7. Huntsville Cultural District

    You can enjoy self-guided walking and driving tours, art activities, music-theater-dance performances, shopping, antiquing, and unique eateries.

  8. Huntsville State Park

    The State Park is a venue for camping, hiking, biking, nature viewing and fishing around scenic Lake Raven, a 210-acre lake.

  9. Museum of Texas Arts

    The museum has collections of Texas art works that were acquired by George and Sue Russell over the course of 40 years in order to donate them for the educational and cultural benefit of future generations.

  10. Museum of Texas Furniture

    The Texas Furniture Museum is housed in the same building as The Museum of Texas Stoneware and Ceramics. The museums house collections of Texas furniture, stoneware, books, and art works that were acquired by George and Sue Russell over the course of 40 years in order to donate them for the educational and cultural benefit of future generations.

  11. The Phoenix Commotion

    The Phoenix Commotion is a local building initiative created to prove that constructing homes with recycled and salvaged materials has a viable place in the building industry.

  12. Oakwood Cemetery

    Oakwood Cemetery is best known as the burial site for Gen. Sam Houston, but it has many more interesting stories. It is also a very beautiful area filled with trees old trees and artistic monuments and markers.

  13. Samuel Walker Houston Museum & Cultural Center

    Learn about Samuel Walker Houston

  14. Sam Houston Memorial Museum

    The Sam Houston Museum offers a variety of activities and tours for all groups.

  15. Statue & Visitor Center

    Within the Visitor Center, you will find an assortment of visitor information including unique videos, brochures, maps, and a friendly Texas ambassador to help plan your day.

  16. The Texas Prison Museum

    The Texas Prison Museum offers an intriguing glimpse into the lives of the state's least-loved citizens.

  17. Wynne Home Arts & Visitor Center

    The Wynne Home Arts and Visitor Center offers a wide variety of arts and cultural programs including art exhibitions.

  18. Annual Events

  19. Travel Resources

    Find out what else Huntsville has to offer by viewing additional resources.

  20. Trip Planner

    Fill several days with activities spanning from tracing the steps of General Sam Houston to museum tours. All activities are fit for groups and families.

  21. Calendar of Events

    Calendar of Events