The City of Huntsville’s Hotel Occupancy Tax workshop will take place via Zoom on Tuesday, September 22, at 12 p.m. The workshop will be hosted by the Hotel Occupancy Tax Board and the Huntsville Arts Commission and is mandatory for those applying for funding from the City of Huntsville.
Click here for more information about the workshop.
Registration is required for the workshop. Please register here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
The Wynne Home
Arts & Visitor Center
Everyone is invited to enjoy this beautifully-restored 19th century mansion that is now a recorded Texas landmark. The Wynne Home is the gateway to the Huntsville Cultural District, just 2 blocks from Downtown Huntsville. The facility is available for rental to individuals and non-profit organizations.
The mission of the Wynne Home Arts & Visitor Center is to promote and share the arts and our community heritage.
The Wynne Home envisions a world in which every person in our community is enriched and transformed by experiencing the arts in a setting that celebrates our collective heritage.
Events & Programs
The Wynne Home Arts & Visitor Center offers a wide variety of arts, cultural programs and field trips, tailored to the interests and needs of our diverse community. Some programs are directly sponsored by the Arts Center, such as exhibitions, a regular schedule of arts classes and workshops, outreach programs for special target groups, and docent-led tours of the Center's special exhibits for school groups, the general public and visitors to Huntsville. Additional programs are offered in conjunction with other co-sponsoring organizations.
The Wynne Home structure is a 19th century mansion given to the City of Huntsville by Samuella Wynne Palmer, as an individual and as a trustee of the Ruth Wynne Hollinshead estate. For more information about the home, please explore the story of Wynne Home.