• Alabama's Constitution Hall Park - Huntsville, Alabama

      The ratification of the original Alabama Constitutional Convention was held in a simple two-story Huntsville cabinet shop in 1819. The other main buildings in the park are Clay Building, a red-brick two-story building, once the law office of Clement Comer Clay, a prominent Alabama politician, governor and U.S. senator. This was also the Huntsville Post Office and the office of the Federal Land Surveyor's team. there is the Boardman Complex, where the Alabama Republican, one of Alabama Territory's earliest newspapers, was printed, and a two-story frame house that was the residence of Stephen Neal, Madison County's first sheriff.

      If you go:
      Grounds open daily. Tours Tue through Sat 10 AM to 3 PM.

      Links:




      109 Gates Avenue
      Huntsville, Alabama 35801 USA
      hsvearlyworks@huntsville.al.gov


      Phone Numbers:

      office
      +1 (256) 564-8113


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