Tweetsville is a new immersive experience in the Children’s Garden that explores the role that birds play in our ecosystem. Guests can observe birds in their natural environment, learn about their native habitats, and discover how plants, animals, and people rely on each other to create a healthy ecosystem.
Tweetsville will be completed in two phases, and the first phase of Tweetsville is open to the public! The first phase features the Lewis Bird Watch, a viewing area where guests can observe birds in their natural environment from behind a one-way glass, and the “See Rocket City” birdhouse, a larger-than-life birdhouse structure that serves as an iconic entrance to Tweetsville. Guests will also find educational activities, dynamic plantings of Alabama native plants, and winding paths that guide learners through the immersive journey.
Check out the videos below to learn more about Tweetsville and what this new experience means for our environment and our community.
Curiosity Takes Flight
A New Learning Experience
Imagination Meets Impact
Be a Part of Tweetsville
Funding for the second phase of Tweetsville is underway! The second phase of Tweetsville will include giant bird nests that teach learners about bird behaviors and model tiny homes that demonstrate how to attract birds in a backyard setting. Altogether, Tweetsville will add 18,000 square feet of immersive and educational experiences to the Children’s Garden.
You can be a part of bringing the next phase of Tweetsville to life by making a contribution today. To donate, click the button below, or contact email@example.com to learn more about how you can be a part of Tweetsville.
We Want to Hear from You!
If you have visited Tweetsville, we invite you to complete a brief survey about your experience. The survey takes five minutes to complete, and your response will help the Garden continue to improve the Tweetsville experience.
Tweetsville in the News
Tweet, Tweet: Birding and Learning Soars Inside Tweetsville at the Huntsville Botanical Garden, The Bama Buzz (March 11, 2021)
New children’s experience ‘Tweetsville’ opening Saturday at the Huntsville Botanical Garden, WHNT News 19 (March 5, 2021)
Press Release: First phase of new Children’s Garden experience to open next week at Huntsville Botanical Garden, Huntsville Botanical Garden (February 25, 2021)
Rebecca Turk with Huntsville Botanical Garden tells us everything we need to know about National Bird Feeding Month, WAFF 48, Tennessee Valley Living (February 10, 2021)
Huntsville Botanical Garden’s ‘Tweetsville’ lets you explore aviary ecosystems of North Alabama, WZDX Rocket City Now (December 15, 2020)
See Rocket City: Huntsville Botanical Garden Introduces Tweetsville, Huntsville Business Journal (December 10, 2020)
‘Tweetsville’ bird experience coming to Huntsville, AL.com (December 9, 2020)
Huntsville Botanical Garden announces plans for new Children’s Garden experience, WHNT News 19 (December 8, 2020)
Huntsville Botanical Garden new addition announced, WAFF 48 (December 8, 2020)
Press Release: Huntsville Botanical Garden unveils plans for new Children’s Garden experience about birds, habitats, Huntsville Botanical Garden (December 8, 2020)