Arts & Entertainment Districts

Huntsville offers designated Arts & Entertainment Districts to help animate urban areas of Huntsville by attracting cultural events, entertainment and dining. To complement the outdoor activities within these districts, patrons are allowed to purchase an alcoholic beverage from a Permittee and carry it outdoors to consume.


There are three Arts & Entertainment Districts:

 

1. QUIGLEY (Combined with MERIDIAN)

Meridian district merged into Quigley district with connections through the Gateway Greenway and along Meridian Street. Quigley encompasses the heart of downtown Huntsville, including the Courthouse Square, Big Spring Park, Von Braun Center, Huntsville Museum of Art, the Lumberyard area and surrounding restaurants and bars. Its namesake is E.P. Quigley, was a surveyor who created a street map of Huntsville 115 years ago.

Hours: Monday through Sunday, 12 p.m. to 11 p.m.


2. VILLAGE OF PROVIDENCE

Boundaries: Along Providence Main Street

Hours: Monday through Sunday, 12 p.m. to 11 p.m.


3. S.R. BUTLER GREEN

Boundaries: Encompasses the current Campus No. 805 complex and stretches east toward downtown to include the Salty Nut brewery and several adjacent areas that face Clinton Avenue. The district extends west of Campus No. 805, down 4th street, to include the Stovehouse Complex.

Hours:  Monday through Sunday, 12 p.m. to 11 p.m.


ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICTS MAP


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