Things to Do in Downtown Huntsville

    Things to Do:

    • Greene Street Market is a cornucopia of organic bliss. You can find everything from fresh, free-range eggs, grass-fed beef and pork, artisan cheese, to locally grown fruits, herbs, vegetables, and flowers at the open-air market. The outdoor market (located at the corner of Greene Street and Eustis Avenue) is open on Thursdays from May through October. The hours are 4 pm – 8 pm from May – August, 4 pm – 7 pm in September, and 3 pm – 6 pm in October.
    • You can’t escape the fun at Huntsville Escape Rooms. See if you have what it takes to escape! There is only one way out – find clues, solve puzzles, and crack codes before your time runs out.  Only one thing is for certain, you’ll have fun trying.
    • Ride down to the historic Huntsville Depot and Museum to hear the rattle of the tracks and the engineer’s whistle and experience life on the rails in 1860.
    • While Pokémon Go fans can battle it out at various Downtown Huntsville landmarks, you can kick it old-school style at Pints and Pixels where visitors can play 50+ arcade games and indulge in the brews, beans, and burgers of Anaheim Chili.
    • Calling all craft beer connoisseurs. Beer Hop combines taps and a trolley ride to three local craft breweries each month. Straight to Ale, Mad Malts, Liquor Express, Salty Nut, and Green Bus are just a few that have been featured on past tours.
    • Railroad Station Antiques is a 3-story time machine. Housed in the historic Lombardo Building (originally a dry goods grocery store for the railroad) 60+ dealers allow you to travel through time as you shop the clusters of collectives. Fun Fact: It houses the oldest working freight elevator in the state of Alabama.

    Restaurants and Bars:

    • SiP Cigar Bar and Lounge is sanctuary for sophisticated spirits. SiP features a variety of over 300 cigars, 250 fine spirits, and a distinguished menu of beer and wine. Insider Tip: Iron’s One Whiskey, a locally distilled whiskey, is a hometown favorite.
    • Cotton Row Restaurant is nestled in the three-story brick building that was built in 1821 along the cotton exchange. Renowned chef James Boyce
    • Big Oh’s will exceed any fastidious foodie’s expectations. Get a taste of Korean Cuisine on the North Side Square.
    • “Live life to the fullest cup” and join the caffeinated cult by tracking the Hindsight Coffee truck downtown.