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Huntsville Botanical Garden

Group tickets for October 22 to the Huntsville Botanical Garden are available through the Eight Years of Science with Chandra registration page. Be sure to register for, and enjoy at your leisure, this special tour. Hours are 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Please advise if you need your ticket before 11 a.m.

The Huntsville Botanical Garden is a beautiful 110-acre site with stunning floral collections, inviting woodland paths and broad grassy meadows. The 5- acre Central Corridor Garden, features aquatic, perennial, and annual displays ablaze with color from early spring through fall. Roses, daylilies, herbs, and ferns delight the visitor while the demonstration vegetable garden and composting bins educate. Kids of all ages love the G-scale trains that travel the Garden Railway. Special displays during the Eight Years of Science with Chandra dates include the Scarecrow Trail and the Sorghum Maize. Enjoy lunch or a late afternoon aperitif from the tea room, which closes at 2:00 p.m. Gazebo Gifts offers a great variety of garden and home decor. Transportation is organized for those who do not report own transportation.

Huntsville Museum of Art

Included with your registration fee is the Eight Years of Science with Chandra dinner and attraction at the Huntsville Museum of Art on October 24, approx 5:30 p.m.- 10:00 p.m. Transportation is provided. Be sure to invite family members and register them using the on-line registration web page.

Located in downtown Huntsville among the tranquil beauty of Big Spring International Park, the Huntsville Museum of Art is now a complete experience. Spend the evening with us and experience more Southern hospitality! Enjoy the sunset and cocktails on the patio, dinner in the Great Hall, view art, and shop in the Museum Store. Each year, the nationally accredited Museum fills its seven galleries with a variety of traveling exhibitions and the work of nationally and regionally acclaimed artists. Showcased during our visit will be The Red Clay Survey Exhibit. The Museum's own 2,522-piece permanent collection also forms the basis for several yearly exhibitions, as well as it being the home of the world's largest collection of Buccellati silver animals.

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