Take an interactive self guided tour through Huntsville, Alabama either by foot or car. The distance is short so I strongly recommend stretching your legs if weather conditions permit. With the exception of Mobile, Huntsville has the largest number of Antebellum homes in Alabama (constructed pre war early 1800s).
The architecture and the quirks of the buildings are a prime example of Southern charm. The interactive tour is located on the website at the bottom of the bottom of this page. Unfortunately there’s no app available and it has to be done through the website. While the interactive site which hosts the tour is not super intuitive to use and a bit dated and clunky, it is jam packed with interesting historic and architectural information.
You have a pair of friendly voices, one will act as your geo guide and the othert provides lots of fascinating tidbits of information on Huntsville in general and each individual building.
The walking tour is free of charge and you can acquire a physical map via the information listed below. The starting point is listed on the map below.
Accessible every day and year round, but please be mindful of local residents and take the tour during daylight hours.