- The list below includes 19 free or cheap things to do in or near Guntersville, Alabama, including 54 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, National & State Parks, Festivals and History Museums.
- From Lake Guntersville to Lake Guntersville State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Guntersville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Scottsboro, Huntsville and Attalla.
Mary G Hardin Center for Cultural Arts offers its more than 100,000 visitors per year three galleries with national and local exhibits, dinner theaters and courtyard concerts of the nationally renowned Etowah Youth Orchestras, among the other year round festivals and special events.
Imagination Place is a Children's Museum designed for children ages 2 through 10 which will bring delight as they explore KidsTown USA where everything is pint sized. They can visit a medical clinic, grocery store, construction pit, or hop in the back of the Red Cross ERV (emergency response vehicle).
Dedicated to Southern artists and local history, the Gadsden Museum of Art offers a virtual museum displayed in the windows of local businesses. The museum houses a collection of sculptures, paintings and prints featuring local and regional artists.
Monte Sano State Park is a retreat covering 2,140 acres, with lots of picnic areas, trails and mountain-biking trails, and modern camping sites for RVs. It also has 14 cabins, designed in the style of Arts and Crafts.
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2707 Artie St SW Suite 6, Huntsville, AL 35805 MoreLess Info
Land Trust of North Alabama offers 60+ miles of public trails to relax, get exercise and connect with nature across several nature preserves. Each preserve offers mostly unpaved trails. Trail maps available at landtrustnal.org. Free and open dawn to dusk.
An ideal space for birdwatching, the James D. Martin Wildlife Park rests on Neely Henry Lake. It includes a walking trail that not only offers views of the lake, but extends to nearby islands for more wildlife exploration.
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915 Monroe Street, Huntsville, AL 35801 MoreLess Info
The Huntsville-Madison County Public Library is the oldest continually operating library in the state of Alabama. The library contains 123,000 square feet of space and contains about 530,000 volumes and other works.