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Inshore charter fishing with Captain Bobby Abruscato, Joey Abruscato and Chip Deupree.
Raphael Semmes became Captain of the CSS, capturing 65 union vessels worth more than $6 million, until it was sunk on June 2, 1864.
Portraits and biographies. Carvings, artifacts, books, documents. History of Colored Carnival, military memorabilia, Hank Aaron Fan Club, African-American participation in Mobile Mardi Gras. Audio/video histories.
Mobile's African-American Heritage Trail reveals stories of courage and contributions made by unsung heroes from city's ethnically diverse past.
Beautiful, forgiving course overlooking lakes at Municipal Park. Owned and operated by City of Mobile.
Preserved Home Economics/Agriculture building (cir. 1941) of Baldwin County Training School, the only area high school for African-American students from 1889-1950. Hear stories and see artifacts and furniture.
Museum is dedicated to the preservation of sports history, art and literature.
Workshops and classes for adults in all mediums, and children, after-school and Summer Art Camp. Exhibits at main gallery and outreach locations.
Pony and train rides, petting zoo, planting station. Hay hop, Rope a Steer. Bring your own lunch and enjoy our picnic area. Also, birthday parties, field trips & groups.
Playground equipment, picnic tables, flowers, restrooms. Two magnificent oak trees (300+ years old) dripping with moss. Children's fence artwork from September Jubilee Festival.
A little bit of something for everyone.
New exhibits monthly begin with First Friday Artwalk through historic downtown Fairhope. Local art, concert series, fall/spring outdoor shows, classes, public art trail.
In-shore fishing with Capt. William Manci in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fairhope area.
More than 6,000-sq.-ft. of beautiful antiques. More than 30 dealers featuring antiques, vintage jewelry, art, vintage linens, gifts, golf and fishing memorabilia, and other collectibles.
Old burial ground for founding fathers and city leaders.
Cemetery for Confederate soldiers.
Premier resort of the Southeast (cir. 1847) that was a Confederate hospital. The 21st Alabama Infantry maintained garrison on grounds, it was also a World War II Marine training ground. Completely restored with 405 guest rooms.
Open to members and hotel guests. Dogwood and Azaleas course renovated in '07. Perfect vacation for entire family.
1897 Victorian home. Home of Punta Clara Candy Kitchen, making candies and confections daily since 1952. "From the Attic" Antiques located in hall.
A public bayside promenade, extending north to the Grand Hotel. View 28 homes, comprising the Point Clear Historic District (1835-1930).
1-hr. or 30 min. rides. Seats six. No children under age two. Eco-touring of the Delta. Gator sightings; night trips. Now have two boats.
140,000-sq.-ft. store features beautiful painted murals, 25-yd. archery range, six waterfalls, 22,000-gallon freshwater aquarium, shooting arcade, and restaurant with 12,000-gallon saltwater aquarium.
Two-hr. guided boat tour of Mobile-Tensaw River Delta aboard 50-passenger covered pontoon boat. Charters, walk-ons available year-round.
Stroll landscaped streets featuring 100 stores, restaurants, courtyard with covered stage offering open-air performances, cinema, and dancing fountain for children. Bring their swimsuits.
Five Rivers features a museum, theater, boat tours, canoe rentals, trails, picnic areas and meeting space overlooking the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta.