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Burritt on the Mountain Letterbox LbNA #70465

Owner:Maineak Contact
Plant date:Jun 1, 2015
Location: Burritt on the Mountain 3101 Burritt Drive
Found by: Knotty Lady
Last found: Feb 19, 2017
Hike distance:Unknown
Last edited:Aug 26, 2016
This is a museum and historic park and park admission must be paid to hunt the letterbox. You will need to ask for your first clue to find the letterbox at the welcome center when you pay to enter the park. Admission fees listed below.
Adults $10
Seniors $9
Children $8
Yearly memberships available

In 1955, physician and Huntsville native William Henry Burritt (1869-1955) willed his estate and mansion, known as Round Top Mountain, to the city of Huntsville to create our first museum. The site features Burritt's eclectic mansion, a historic park with restored nineteenth-century houses, a barnyard with authentic breeds of farm animals, a series of nature trails, and concerts, plays, festivals and exhibits. Our mission is to enhance lives and build community through educational, artistic, and recreational experiences while preserving our heritage, land, and historic structures.