Join the Historic Huntsville Foundation and help
Preserve Huntsville/Madison County's Historic Places
Your membership allows us to  
Identify and document Huntsville-Madison County's historic places;
Support the revitalization of neighborhoods through listing to the National Register of Historic Places;
Operate Harrison Brothers Hardware, Alabama's oldest hardware store;
Present Movies in the Park, bringing crowds to historic Big Spring Park for free, family friendly movies.
Membership includes admission to our annual holiday reception, "Carols, Cocktails, & Holiday Cheer"
Click here for membership levels and benefits and here for membership reception info
Contact Donna Castllano, donna@historichuntsville.org or 256.508.5372 for an invitation or more information!
Historic Huntsville Foundation
Huntsville-Madison County's Community-Based Historic Preservation Organization
Since 1974, the Historic Huntsville Foundation has promoted the preservation of Huntsville-Madison County's architecturally significant sites, structures and neighborhoods.  As a 501(c)3 organization, we welcome your donations.  Membership is open to all who share our goals and support our mission.

HHF Newsroom

  • HHF's Movies in the Park attracts kids of all ages to historic Big Spring Park Click here to read AL.com story on HHF's successful Movies in the Park 2015!
    Posted Nov 23, 2015, 7:52 AM by Katie Stamps
  • Harrison Brothers featured in 31 Places, 31 Stories of Alabama series on AL.com Take a tour of Harrison Brothers Hardware with columnist John Archibald's 31 Places, 31 Stories of Alabama series Click here to read article
    Posted Nov 23, 2015, 7:52 AM by Katie Stamps
  • Updated Twickenham NR Nomination Funded by HHF The Historic Huntsville Foundation funded the resurvey of Huntsville's Twickenham Historic District for an updated nomination to the National Register of Historic Places.  This survey identifies and documents Alabmama ...
    Posted Nov 23, 2015, 7:53 AM by Katie Stamps
  • Old Town Historic District Earns Placement on National Register of Historic Places Click here for a link to the Old Town Historic District NR Survey Press Release from City of HuntsvilleSeptember 2, 2015 (Huntsville, AL) - Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle is proud ...
    Posted Nov 23, 2015, 7:42 AM by Katie Stamps
  • WHNT 19 interviews HHF about Madison County Historic Resources Survey HHF made a little news at Tuesday's Madison County Commission meeting when HHF Chairman Fred Coffey and Executive Director Donna Castellano presented commissioners with copies of Log Cabins to ...
    Posted Apr 24, 2015, 11:19 AM by Katie Stamps
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