Stay right off I-565 near Huntsville attractions

Book a room or suite at the Country Inn & Suites, Madison, AL to stay near some of the best attractions in the Huntsville area. Prospective students and their families enjoy proximity to the University of Alabama in Huntsville, which is also just a couple of miles from the beautiful displays at the Huntsville Botanical Garden. Take your kids to explore outer space at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, and then let them participate in hands-on learning at the fun EarlyWorks Children's Museum. We're also located just a couple of miles from the Huntsville International Airport (HSV), making our hotel a great option for air travelers.
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Huntsville Botanical Garden

7.57 mi / 12.18 km from the hotel
A sanctuary for all seasons, Huntsville Botanical Garden hosts more than 200,000 guests each year. From the rose garden, fern garden, perennial gardens and butterfly house, there's always "something growing on."

Huntsville Museum of Art

10.46 mi / 16.83 km from the hotel
Visit this nationally accredited museum with 13 galleries containing more than 3,000 permanent objects in its permanent collection. Ask about discounts for groups of 10 or more.

The University of Alabama in Huntsville

7.62 mi / 12.26 km from the hotel
Easily visit the campus of one of the nation's premier research universities. UAH offers almost 90 degree programs and 18 NCAA sports.

The Weeden House Museum

10.79 mi / 17.36 km from the hotel
Tour the birthplace of Maria Howard Weeden, an American poet and artist, in this 1819 Federal-style home.

U.S. Space & Rocket Center

6.53 mi / 10.51 km from the hotel
For an amazing experience involving space exploration, the U.S. Space & Rocket Center (USSRC) is a must-see. Tour exhibits focusing on space travel, ride a flight simulator and watch daily features on the 67-foot IMAX screen.

Earlyworks Childrens Museum

10.62 mi / 17.1 km from the hotel
Let your kids climb and play on a 46-foot keelboat and trade their wares at the General Store. A talking tree tells stories, and Biscuit's Backyard and Hideout is a fun place to play while learning about Alabama's history.