One of the city’s most popular holiday traditions returns the day after Thanksgiving! Huntsville’s 10th Annual Tinsel Trail will have Big Spring Park in downtown aglow with more than 300 extravagant decorated trees.
What’s the Tinsel Trail?
Located at 200 Church St., Big Spring International Park East comes alive each December with the spirit of Christmas. A local business, organization, or family sponsors each live tree. The sponsors then either decorate the trees themselves or they are matched with a volunteer nonprofit group that handles the decorating.
The event is organized by Downtown Huntsville, Inc., as a way to promote collaboration and community, and bring a little extra bustle to downtown. Part of their mission is to revitalize Downtown Huntsville through dynamic events, promotions, and redeveloped properties. Be sure to follow the Tinsel Trail page for the latest news.
Make Your Plans!
Huntsville’s 10th Annual Tinsel Trails kicks off Friday, Nov. 27, and is on display through Sunday, Jan.3. The park is open daily, and the festive trees are lighted from dusk to midnight. It is a free event open to the public. Parking is available along Williams Avenue and Church Street as well as the parking garages at Summit/PNC Building and Von Braun Center.
Make plans to eat, drink and be merry this holiday season with a downtown stroll. Stop in and support a local business by checking off your gift list or getting a bite to eat. Appreciate creativity of your neighbors as you take in trees decorated like astronauts or airplanes or traditional Christmas themes.
This has been a year for unforgettable memories, so be sure to make some pleasant ones by keeping holiday traditions like Huntsville’s 10th Annual Tinsel Trail. It’s a good way to safely spend time with family and friends while easily socially distancing and it captures the spirit of the city and the season!
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