This year when you attend the Randolph County Old Settlers Reunion and Fall Fair you will have a chance to see the historic sites of Huntsville. Huntsville has plenty of historic sites ranging from the boyhood home of "Bloody Bill" Anderson to the site of the only death during a Civil War raid to the place where murderer Hade Brown was hanged. And those are only a few of the sites on the tour. On the hayride, you will be told a bit of history about the sites with plenty of tales about Huntsville in between sites. You will have a chance to see where Mount Pleasant College stood, the site of the first Baptist Church building, the location of the first Westlanke Hardware store, and more. Admission is only $5, and for that you get to see over fifteen historic sites. The tours will take off from the corner of West Depot and East Main Street. The tours begin at 9 am on Saturday, September 16th.
Some of the sites that will be visited are on the map below: