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My family and I have loved the charm of Huntsville for the past 15 years and decided to settle here six years ago. The Depot Museum is yet another reason to confirm our decision. Built in 1860, it has been impeccably preserved and is an...More
Stopped by this museum when we were in Huntsville recently. Our guide was very interesting and very informative. He guided us around the museum and told us about all the history related to the museum. There was not only information about the railroad depot and...More
Guided tour of whole building and grounds. Wow! Thoroughly enjoyed the stories of the train station, civil war, and history of the station. Our guide was excellent. Well worth the time for a fantastic history lesson. Finishing the tour, a train rolled by a few...More
This is a pretty good venue for a historical museum. Signage around the site could be improved some as it wasn’t clear where to check in. Our guide was pretty good (nice boots) but was a little quiet at times.
Looks like the car building...More
I still haven't seen it (lived here for 6 years). They have a habit of having private parties on their supposedly "open" days and times, thus blocking out other visitors who stop by while in the downtown area. I suggest you call first. Not worth...More
We had expected to spend an hour or so at the Huntsville Depot Museum, but it offered so more than we expected that we spent about 3 hours. Seeing one of only 6 known surviving Erskine automobiles was one of those unexpected treats! The rumble...More
If you are into a great guided tour about civil war history then this is a great place to visit. Our guide Winter was very knowledgeable and explained everything we saw thoroughly. There is a lot of neat stuff here and you will learn a...More