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The Rice Park is a small park in Huntsville, Alabama. It may not mean a lot to some people, but its establishment is actually quite historic for the city.

The Rice Park was created in 2009 in honor of Charles and Frances Rice. The couple made big efforts in the past decades into having the Old Town Historic District recognized not only in the city of Huntsville and the state of Alabama, but also in all of the country. They took strides in preserving local history, which led to them being honored by the Alabama Historical Commission for their efforts. The park was just an additional courtesy extended by the city to the couple.

Some houses on the Old Town Historic District are included on the annual Huntsville historic house tour hosted by the Huntsville Pilgrimage Association.
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