We do not have gift cards to use across the entire campus at this time; however, most businesses on campus have their own method of issuing gift cards and we encourage you to contact them directly. Check the campus directory for contact info.
Stovehouse is a mixed-use campus of restaurants, live music, shopping, office space, bars and more located on Governors Drive in Huntsville, AL. The adaptive reuse development was built on the grounds of the Martin Stove Factory which was first built in 1929. Where they once made heaters and stoves, we are now manufacturing leisure!
While we do have alcohol on-site and live music, the spaces here were designed for the whole family (because mom and dad deserve a break, too!). That being said, you must supervise your children—or get a babysitter.
While there are lawn games and other activities in the courtyard available to anyone, we have some games in the food garden that are for adults only.
You may bring folding lawn chairs for larger events if you’d like. However, we have seating for hundreds all around campus. Lawn blankets are great choices too! Lawn darts are banned and lawn mowers are only allowed if George Jones shows up.
We have parking on the east and west sides of the Stovehouse campus. See the map.
EAST MAIN ENTRANCE:
WEST MAIN ENTRANCE:
Stovehouse has restaurants and beverages on-site. Our tenants have you covered! So … food and beverage? No. A birthday cake? Sure!
We have several event spaces available for private parties, wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, birthday parties, conferences, business meetings and more. Check out our event spaces at Stovehouse in Huntsville here.
Stovehouse has office, retail, restaurant, entertainment and event spaces available. Please contact leasing using this form or call NAI Chase Commercial at (256) 539-1686
If you’d like to perform at Stovehouse, please fill out this form and don’t forget to send link to live performance video!
Great question! This place is full of photo opps. Check out all you need to know about our photo / video policy here.
Short answer … no. Although Gov. Ivey recently made it optional to allow pets at outdoor dining establishments, we have made the very difficult decision to allow only service animals.
So why no sweet dogs, cats, zebras, chinchillas, monkeys etc?
Thanks for your understanding,
– Team Stovehouse (and our collective pets, who are also a little bummed – Maggie, Milo, Mrs. Pickles, Honeybear, Bo, Priss, Bandit, Georgia & Otis)
Since Stovehouse is home to offices, retail, restaurants, fitness and nightlife, the answer is a bit more complicated than you might expect! Please contact campus businesses directly for their hours.
At this time, our public hours are: