Alabama Constitution Hall Park
Alabama Constitution Hall Park is now open for guided tours and field trips!
Alabama Constitution Hall Park offers guided tours on the site where Alabama became a state. Visitors will step back in time and learn how the residents of Huntsville lived in 1819. Explore how Alabama became a state and what that meant for all the people of our state. All aspects of life in the summer of 1819 will be explored.
Guided Tours are offered Wednesday-Saturday at 10am, 12pm, and 2pm.
About the Museum
At Alabama Constitution Hall Park guests are whisked back to 1819 when Alabama became the 22nd state. Step back in time and walk where our ancestors made the dream of statehood a reality. More than 200 years ago, 44 delegates gathered in Huntsville to make Alabama the 22nd state admitted to the Union.
In 1819, the only building large enough to accommodate the delegation was a vacant cabinet shop in the center of town. John Boardman’s print shop, Clement Comer Clay’s law office, the Federal Land Surveyor’s office, a post office, and Sheriff Stephen Neal’s residence surrounded that cabinet shop.
Alabama Constitution Hall Park is also a great gathering space or event venue with wide clean sidewalks, ample lighting, and two retail outlets including a gift shop and a Piper and Leaf – Artisan Tea Company location.