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Huntsville Museum of Art in Big Spring Park, Huntsville, Alabama
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From the north-west side of the museum, you can see across the lake in Big Spring Park. A very pleasant place to spend time and wander around. Many parents like to take their kid here on the weekend to feed the ducks. Check out the owl to the right of the museum.

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