As we do every month, we’ve got you covered with some special events that you’ll want on your calendar as you flip it over to December.
But, there are also events that will be happening throughout the month that you should definitely know about.
So, here goes!
Christmas on the River at Ditto Landing
Ditto Landing is a beautiful background for holiday events, and they’re going all out this year with a Christmas tree sale, Christmas Card Lane, holiday fireworks and more. Here’s the details.
Winter Park at the Orion Amphitheater
This brand-new addition to Huntsville’s holiday lineup is an impressive one. They’ve replaced the seats in the pit with an ice skating rink, and there’s even more activities surrounding it.
Galaxy of Lights at Huntsville Botanical Garden
This classic never gets old. Don’t miss the driving nights through December 16 and the dog walking nights each Monday and Tuesday from December 17-January 1!
Rocket City Christmas Light Show at Toyota Field
Even though baseball’s over for the year, Toyota Field is still buzzing with activity! The Rocket City Christmas Light Show is back with a drive-through light show each night from 5-9PM. The Winter Wonderland portion of the festivities, running through December 24 the same hours as the light show, features a giant snow globe, appearances from Sprocket and activities for the whole family.
Miracle at MidCity
From November 25-December 24, The Camp transforms into the Miracle at MidCity. Make a reservation to experience the holiday-themed cocktails, food, drinks and gifts. They’ll even have special events like the Ugly Sweater Darty (all-day party) and SantaCon.
Mrs. Claus’ Snow Stroll on Gas Light Alley
The first three Fridays and Saturdays of December from 6-9PM, Stovehouse’s Gaslight Alley is going to get filled with snow—and fun. They’ll have activities all along the alley like ornament making and DIY snow globes, all while running snow machines for the ultimate festive experience.
Star of Bethlehem
Get tickets to experience the Space & Rocket Center’s Planetarium in a whole new way. The 67-foot dome screen will take guests through Bethlehem to explore theories about the magi and the star in an astronomical context.
Which events are you heading to this December? Let us know by tagging us on social media @hvilleblast or by using our hashtag #hvilleblast.