Things to do in Mobile, AL

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GATOR IN MARSH

Explore the Mobile-Tensaw Delta On a Delta Airboat Tour!

Get out onto the water! Come and explore the incredible and diverse world of untamed wildlife on a...
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SOUTH SOUNDS

Discover the Mobile Waterfront with a Sunset Mobile Al Dinner Cruise!

Soak up beautiful sunset views of the Mobile waterfront in style from aboard The Perdido Queen, a classic...
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MOBILE MEDICAL MUSEUM

Mobile Medical Museum - 300 Years of Medical History

When you visit the Mobile Medical Museum, in Mobile, AL, you'll see thousands of fascinating artifacts...
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STINGRAY IN FLIGHT

Explore the Dauphin Island Sea Lab Estuarium

Get up close and personal with rays, crabs, turtles, lobsters and more when you explore the Dauphin Island...
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PLANTATION HOME

Visit Mobile's Historic Oakleigh House

Step back in time to the antebellum South with a visit to Mobile, Alabama's most popular attractions - the...
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Chickasabogue Park - Hiking, Biking, Disc Golf, and More!

Chickasabogue Park is a 1,100-acre multi-use outdoor recreation facility offering mountain biking, hiking...
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Featured Attraction: Battleship Memorial Park


Battleship Memorial Park in Mobile, Alabama is a military history park and museum containing a collection of historic aircraft and ships including the iconic USS Alabama and the USS Drum - both of which are National Historic Landmarks.

At Mobile's Battleship Memorial Park, you can explore the USS Alabama and the oldest American submarine on display in the world, the USS Drum.

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You'll "Dig" the University of South Alabama Archaeology Museum

Come discover over 12,000 years of Gulf Coast history and prehistory at the University of South Alabama Archaeology Museum! Exhibits showcase artifacts from ancient Woodland cultures, mound-building Mississippian peoples, early French settlers, and archaeologists at work.

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Take A Walk Down Alabama's Alligator Alley!

If you're a fan of wildlife - or just want to see a prehistoric monster up close - then you'll love Alligator Alley alligator farm, in Summerdale, AL! Alabama's Alligator Alley is home to more than 450 alligators, from hatchlings to mature adults.

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Discover the Mobile-Tensaw Delta at 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center

5 Rivers Delta Resource Center is a great place to explore the natural wonder that is Alabama's Mobile-Tensaw Delta. The Mobile-Tensaw Delta is a fascinating place where five rivers come together into Mobile Bay. When the Mobile, Spanish, Tensaw, Apalachee, and Blakeley rivers flow into...

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Step Back In Time At the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion

There are a number of restored, historic houses in Mobile but the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion is the most spectacular Antebellum example in town. The mansion features double parlors, a lavish dining room, and grounds lush with live oaks and azaleas. 

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Mobile Medical Museum - 300 Years of Medical History

When you visit the Mobile Medical Museum, in Mobile, AL, you'll see thousands of fascinating artifacts that will take you back through 300 years of medical history! Mobile was at the center of Alabama's early medical history and is home to many of the state's medical firsts...

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Visit the Conde-Charlotte House Museum

Travel back in time to 18th century Mobile, Alabama with a visit to the Conde–Charlotte House historic house museum. The gateway to Mobile's history! Of them all, the Conde-Charlotte House Museum is billed as "the gateway to Mobile's history," and with good reason. The building...

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Discover Mobile's Richards DAR House Museum

Come tour the Richards DAR House Museum! This magnificently decorated, 1860's Italianate townhouse is located in Mobile, AL's downtown Historical District. Mobile is home to a number of historic house museums that you can visit and tour - and the Richards DAR House is one of them.

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Travel Along the Dora Franklin Finley African American Heritage Trail

Discover the history and often unsung heroes of Mobile's ethnically diverse past on the Dora Franklin Finley African-American Heritage Trail. The trail's more than 40 points of interest reveal otherwise forgotten chapters of history and stories of unrelenting courage.

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Discover the Mobile Waterfront with a Sunset Mobile Al Dinner Cruise!

Soak up beautiful sunset views of the Mobile waterfront in style from aboard The Perdido Queen, a classic paddlewheel boat, on a Mobile Al dinner cruise! Waterfront cruises aboard the Perdido Queen is one of Mobile, AL's newest attractions.

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Hit The Links - Public Mobile AL Golf Courses

If you're hoping to hit the links during your Mobile Bay getaway, you're in luck. The selection of Mobile AL golf courses open to the public includes a stop along the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail! It may just be warming up where you are but, here in the Gulf Coast, every season is golf season.

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Chickasabogue Park - Hiking, Biking, Disc Golf, and More!

Chickasabogue Park is a 1,100-acre multi-use outdoor recreation facility offering mountain biking, hiking trails, disc-golf, canoeing, fishing, and more! Spring has sprung and now is the time to start planning your spring or summer Mobile Bay getaway.

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GulfQuest - National Maritime Museum of the Gulf Of Mexico

GulfQuest, in Mobile, AL is a maritime museum like no other! Over 90 different immersive and interactive exhibits let you experience the history, environment, commmerce, and more of the Gulf. If you're ever looking for a fun way to fill an afternoon, look no further than GulfQuest National...

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Tour the Past at Oakleigh Historic Complex

Step back in time at Oakleigh Historic Complex, home to Mobile's oldest house museum, a Union barracks, the Cox-Deasy Cottage, and the Minnie Mitchell Archives. Oakleigh House, constructed in 1833 by James W. Roper, was one of the first major residences to be built outside of the Mobile...

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Mobile Airboat Tours - Discover the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta

Mobile Airboat Tours will get you out onto the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta the way no other tour can. Airboats are fast, fun, and exciting. Plus they can maneuver more quietly and in shallower waters than most boats for even better, up-close wildlife experiences!

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Tour the USS Alabama at Battleship Memorial Park

Visit the past and honor the memories of sacrifices made with a visit to the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park in Mobile, AL. The 155-acre park is home to the WWII battleship USS Alabama, the USS Drum submarine, aircraft, tanks, artillery, memorials, and much more!