Hunstville AlabamaHuntsville, Alabama is located in the north central part of the state of Alabama. It is that state’s fourth largest city. Huntsville is full of old Southern Charm and the latest in technology. Huntsville was voted one of “America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations for 2010" by the National Trust for Historic Preservation but Huntsville is also home to NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center and the United States Army Aviation and Missile Command. Huntsville is a great destination for families. Huntsville is called “The Rocket City” and the number one tourist destination there is the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, which is home to Space Camp, the Aviation Challenge and the Marshall Space Flight Center’s NASA Official Visitor Information Center. The U.S. Space and Rocket Center is a great place for the family, with interactive exhibits and excellent displays from the space program and missile defenses. It is also considered one of the best U.S. manned space flight museums in the world. Families would also enjoy Sci-Quest, an interactive science museum, as well as the Benton H. Wilcoxan Ice Complex, where everyone, no matter their age, can enjoy their two Olympic sized skating rinks. Family is the focus at the Earlyworks Museum Complex, the South’s largest hands-on museum complex. The complex includes Earlyworks, a interactive Children’s History Museum; the Alabama Constitution Village, which commemorates where Alabamians drew up their statehood documents; the Huntsville’s Railroad Depot and Museum and the Humphreys-Rodgers House. There are also many fabulous historic homes in Huntsville, some of which are open to the public. One of these is the Wheeden House Museum, the home of artist and author Maria Howard Wheeden. With an extremely active preservation society called the Historic Huntsville Foundation, much of the architecture in the city has been carefully restored

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