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Alabama Constitution Village Hotel & Travel Guide
Looking around for a hotel that's close by to Alabama Constitution Village?
It's situated in Huntsville, which is an estimated 160 miles (257 kilometers) from the state capital, Montgomery.
You will have 4 hotel options to peruse nearby. Within 2 miles (3 kilometers) of Alabama Constitution Village, the Embassy Suites by Hilton Huntsville Hotel & Spa and SpringHill Suites Huntsville Downtown are certain to tick all your boxes.
If you're simply looking for a good roof over your head, have a look at the handful of inexpensive hotels that are not too far away. You could reserve a room at the Comfort Inn Huntsville and the Sleep Inn And Suites Huntsville.
A night at The Westin Huntsville will be a fantastic experience. It's only 5 miles (8 kilometers) away.
Whether you desire a couple of snacks or somewhere to enjoy some time out, Sam & Greg's Pizzeria/Gelateria - Huntsville has you covered, and it's located a short walk away. You can also look for a free table near the window at Cotton Row Restaurant. It's close by and well-known for serving delicious fare. Keep walking and while away the rest of your day sampling the beer and wine at Voodoo Lounge Bar & Grill.
Other Things to Do Near Alabama Constitution VillageSurely you're not intending to finish your day after Alabama Constitution Village? Allow yourself some time to experience what else the area has to offer:
- A day at Early Works Childrens Museum is an awesome way to educate yourself in a relaxing way.
- You'll be sure to enjoy an informative guided tour of Weeden House Museum, an area historic house.
- Have a rest and clear your mind in Big Spring Park, a leafy green oasis.
- In charge of the protection and display of prominent artworks, Huntsville Museum of Art is an excellent attraction for anyone who loves art.
- Give your kids the chance to learn all about the history of the railway with a morning or afternoon at Huntsville Depot Museum.