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Eddins house with corn crop
From the addition of the Eddins House to the one-room Schoolhouse, Burritt on the Mountain has a bright future for growth. We are constantly upgrading our programs, our facilities, and our goals to make Burritt on the Mountain the best we can be for all of our visitors. A better Burritt is a better Huntsville!
Throughout the Historic Park you can enjoy the houses, nature and the seasons. During the summer we plant our vegetable garden and sell the bounty in the Welcome Center. The staff always eagerly awaits the fresh ripe tomatoes that come from the tall, green stalks. But like every gardener knows, he or she isn’t the only one to await the fresh vegetables. Rabbits, squirrels, birds, deer and more delight in the long awaited delicacies of the garden.
Bee on lavendar
Pollination is the word in the herb garden. Bees are buzzing from flower to flower helping Miss Pat create one of the loveliest of areas in the park. The fragrant smells coming from the herb garden is aroma therapy at its best.