by Zoe YarboroughZoe is a StyleBlueprint staff writer, Charlotte native, Washington & Lee graduate and Nashville transplant of seven years. She teaches Pilates, helps manage recording artists and likes to “research” Germantown’s food scene.
More people moved to Huntsville, Alabama in 2018 than to any other city in the state. In fact, last year, 3.4 million people visited Madison County — where Huntsville is located. The influx of tech companies and other businesses moving to Huntsville continues to feed this vibrant economy with new cultural and culinary experiences that attract residents and visitors alike. While places like the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Campus No. 308 and Huntsville Botanical Gardens are still at the top of everyone’s Huntsville lists, there are some new reasons that make Huntsville worth another visit.
3. See CityCentre at Big Spring.
HVL visitors can behold a stellar view of Big Spring International Park — one of the city’s treasures — at the new AC Hotel. The new 120-room hotel is a stone’s throw from the Von Braun Center, downtown restaurants and shops. It also features a full-service bar and restaurant, 3,000 square feet of meeting and event space, and an artisanal food hall.