Madison County, Alabama

Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University Historic District (District)   [Map]
Chase Rd., Normal, Alabama
Also known as: Normal Hill College Historic District
Beckers Block (Commercial building)   [Map]
105-111 N. Jefferson St., Huntsville, Alabama
Berkley, Alabama (Populated place)   [Map]

Big Spring (Spring)   [Map]
The original water source of Huntsville.
Also known as: Big Spring International Park , Big Spring Park
Building at 105 N. Washington Street (Commercial building)   [Map]
Two-story, 5-bay brick facade with wide terra-cotta frieze window surrounds
Also known as: Struve Block
Building at 305 Jefferson (Commercial building)   [Map]
305 Jefferson St., Huntsville, Alabama
Buildings at 104--128 S. Side Sq. (Commercial building)   [Map]
104--128 S. Side Sq., Huntsville, Alabama
Butlers' Store (Commercial building)   [Map]
5498 Main Dr., New Hope, Alabama
Also known as: Butler Brothers' Store
Church of the Visitation (Church)   [Map]
222 N. Jefferson St., Huntsville, Alabama
Clemens House (House)   [Map]
Built by the first cousin of Samuel Clemens, better known as Mark Twain
Dallas Mill (Mill)   [Map]
Began operation in 1892 as Alabama's largest cotton mill, manufacturing sheeting.
Also known as: Genesco Shoe Company
Dallas Mill Village Historic District (District)   [Map]
Dickson St. NE. to Russell St. NE., Rison Ave. NE. to Pratt Ave. NE., Huntsville, Alabama
David C. Humphreys House (House)   [Map]
Former residence, now a coffee & gift shop, and welcome center for a historic tour
Also known as: Rodgers House
Domestic Science Building (School)   [Map]
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University campus, Normal, Alabama
Donegan Block (Commercial building)   [Map]
Two-and-one-half-story, Italianate Revival brick structure on the Courthouse Square
Downtown Chevron Station (Building)   [Map]
300 E. Clinton Ave., Huntsville, Alabama
Dunnavant's Building (Building)   [Map]
Three story brick office building that originally was a popular Huntsville department store
Episcopal Church of the Nativity (Church)   [Map]
212 Eustis St., Huntsville, Alabama
Everett Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
115-123 N. Washington St., Huntsville, Alabama
First National Bank (Bank)   [Map]
West Side Sq., Huntsville, Alabama
Flint River Place (Building)   [Map]
1997 Jordan Rd., Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Jordan Mansion
Fowler's Department Store (Commercial building)   [Map]
Department Store demolished to make way for a condo project
Also known as: Belk--Hudson's Dept. Store
George Jude House (House)   [Map]
2132 Winchester Rd., Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Crutcher, David and Lucy, House
Gurley Historic District (District)   [Map]
Section Line St., Rialroad St., Maple Blvd. and Church St. bet. Gurley Pike and Jackson St., Gurley, Alabama
Halsey Grocery Warehouse (Building)   [Map]
301 N. Jefferson St., Huntsville, Alabama
Harrison Brothers Hardware (Museum)   [Map]
Original hardware store preserved as it operated in the 20th Century
Henderson National Bank (Bank)   [Map]
Moderne Style bank building
Also known as: Southbank
Hobbs Island, Alabama (Populated place)   [Map]

Hotel Russel Erskine (Hotel)   [Map]
An apartment building and former hotel in Huntsville, Alabama.
Hundley House (House)   [Map]
Former residence now serving as a professional office
Hundley Rental Houses (House)   [Map]
Former residences now serving as a professional offices
James H. Bibb House (House)   [Map]
11 Allen St., Madison, Alabama
John Robinson House (Building)   [Map]
2709 Meridian St. N, Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Robinson-Dilworth, Oaklawn
Kelly Brothers and Rowe Building (Building)   [Map]
307 N. Jefferson St., Huntsville, Alabama
Kildare-McCormick House (House)   [Map]
2005 Kildare St., Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: McCormick House
Kress Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
Art Deco Moderne Design 5 and 10 store, later an office, now housing bars
Also known as: S.H. Kress & Co.
Leech-Hauer House (House)   [Map]
502 Governors Dr., Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Hauer House
Lincoln Mill and Mill Village Historic District (District)   [Map]
Bounded by Meridian St., Oakwood Ave., Front St., Mountain View Dr., Davidson St., Cottage St, and King Ave., Huntsville, Alabama
Lincoln School (School)   [Map]
A school built in 1929.
Lombardo Building (Building)   [Map]
315 N. Jefferson St., Huntsville, Alabama
Lowe Mill and Mill Village Historic District (District)   [Map]
One of the state's outstanding intact examples of an early 20th Century mill village.
Lowe, Alabama (Placename)   [Map]

Lowry House (House)   [Map]
1205 Kildare Ave., Huntsville, Alabama
Madison Station Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Wall Triana Hwy., Mill Rd., Church St., Maple St., Martin St., and Bradley St., Madison, Alabama
Mason Building (Building)   [Map]
Two-story masonry building with a terra cotta facade
May and Cooney Dry Goods Company (Commercial building)   [Map]
205 E. Side Sq., Huntsville, Alabama
McCartney-Bone House (House)   [Map]
3 mi. NE of Maysville on Hurricane Rd., Maysville, Alabama
Also known as: Bone-Wilbourn House
McCrary House (House)   [Map]
NE of Huntsville, Huntsville, Alabama
Merrimack Mill Village Historic District (District)   [Map]
Alpine St., Triana Blvd., Dunn Dr., Cobb Rd., Drake Ave., & Grote St., Huntsville, Alabama
Milligan Block (Commercial building)   [Map]
201-203 E. Side Sq., Huntsville, Alabama
Monte Sano Railroad Workers' House (Building)   [Map]
4119 Shelby Ave., Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Terry Whatley's Outbuilding
Mrs. William Robinson House (Building)   [Map]
401 Quietdale Dr. NE, Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Quietdale
NC&StL Railroad Depot, Chase, AL (Railroad depot)   [Map]
694 Chase Rd Chase, AL
Neutral Buoyancy Space Simulator (Structure)   [Map]
George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama
New Market Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Mountain Fork, College St., Davis St., Winchester Rd. to Cochran St., pts. Cochran St. & Cedar St., New Market, Alabama
New Market Presbyterian Church (Church)   [Map]
1723 New Market Rd., New Market, Alabama
New Market United Methodist Church (Church)   [Map]
310 Hurricane Rd., New Market, Alabama
Old Town Historic District (District)   [Map]
The second historic district in Huntsville, Alabama.
Phelps-Jones House (House)   [Map]
6112 Pulaski Pike, Huntsville, Alabama
Propulsion and Structural Test Facility (Structure)   [Map]
George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Solid Motor Structural Test Facility
Rand Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
113 N. Side Sq., Huntsville, Alabama
Randolph Street Church of Christ (Church)   [Map]
210 Randolph Ave., Huntsville, Alabama
Redstone Test Stand (Structure)   [Map]
George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Interim Test Stand
Saturn V Dynamic Test Stand (Structure)   [Map]
George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Dynamic Structural Test Facility
Saturn V Space Vehicle (Structure)   [Map]
A fine example of the enormous vehicle that took Americans to the moon
Schiffman Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
231 East Side Square, Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Tallulah Bankhead Birthplace
Southern Railway System Depot (Military facility)   [Map · Street View]
The oldest surviving railroad depot in Alabama and one of the oldest in the United States.
Also known as: Huntsville Depot , Memphis & Charleston Railroad Co. Passenger Depot
Steele-Fowler House (House)   [Map]
808 Maysville Rd., Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Oaks Place
Steger House (House)   [Map]
3141 Maysville Rd., Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: The Steger-Nance House
Struve-Hay Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
117-123 N. Jefferson St., Huntsville, Alabama
Terry Hutchens Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
Huntsville's first "skyscraper"
Also known as: Tennessee Valley Bank Building
Times Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
One of the oldest and tallest buildings in Huntsville
Twickenham Historic District (District)   [Map]
The first historic district designated in Huntsville, Alabama.
U.S. Courthouse and Post Office (Courthouse)   [Map]
Was built in 1932.
Urguhart House (House)   [Map]
8042 Pulaski Pike, Huntsville, Alabama
Vaught House (House)   [Map]
701 Ward Ave., Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Nicholson House
W. L. Halsey Warehouse (Building)   [Map]
300 N. Jefferson St., Huntsville, Alabama
W. T. Hutchens Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
Two story brick commercial building in downtown Huntsville
Warden's Residence (House)   [Map]
151 Stone St., Triana, Alabama
White-Turner-Sanford House (House)   [Map]
601 Madison St., Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Lewis-Sanford Home, Herstein Place, H. L. Clay Residence
Whitman-Cobb House (House)   [Map]
Winchester Rd., New Market, Alabama
Also known as: Cobb,Paul,House
William Burritt Mansion (Mansion)   [Map]
3101 Burritt Dr., SE., Huntsville, Alabama
William Lanford House (House)   [Map]
7400 Old Madison Pike, Huntsville, Alabama
Also known as: Lanford--Simpson House, Pleasant Hill Farm
William Madison Otey House (House)   [Map]
S of Meridianville, Meridianville, Alabama
Also known as: Greenlawn
Withers-Chapman House (Building)   [Map]
2409 Gaboury Lane, NE, Huntsville, Alabama
Yarbrough Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
127-129 N. Washington St., Huntsville, Alabama