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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.
Park honors military veterans. Planted with 67 live oak trees (one for each county) in the shape of Alabama, with sidewalks running like rivers through the park.
Church organized 1842, now one of oldest African-American institutions in Mobile. Originally named Little Zion, but after extensive remodeling in 1896, renamed Big Zion.
Built 1855. Canopied by century-old oaks, furnished with fine antiques and crystal chandeliers. Rare glimpse of life in Old South. Available for rental.
One of the largest selections of art on the Gulf Coast featuring 70 regional artists, all media and price ranges. Buses welcome.
1850. Oldest religious congregation in the Alabama. Architectural masterpiece encompassing basilica design, German stained-glass windows, and magnificent baldacchino-covered altar. Burial site of Mobile's bishops.
Site of Alabama's oldest Protestant church. Tiffany stained-glass windows.
Museum furnished with period antiques to reflect Mobile's history under five flags: French, English, Spanish, American and Confederacy. Also includes Spanish Courtyard and kitchen.
Located in the heart of downtown's entertainment district, the renovated art house theater is home to the city's "fine purveyors of independent film."
In-shore saltwater charter fishing along the Alabama Gulf Coast. Target game fish such as redfish and sea trout with light tackle.
Historic home with sculptures, furniture, and paintings dating back to 1866. Bas-relief busts of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson embellish archway. Available for weddings and other events.
One-third replica of the original Colonial brick French fort. Limited access during repairs.
One of Mobile;s #1 family attractions. Play with hundreds of hands-on science exhibits and interactive virtual reality games. Larger-than-life IMAX films, new exhibits and traveling exhibitions.
Opening in 2013, GulfQuest will provide hands-on exhibits designed to inspire visitors to understand and appreciate the maritime heritage of the Gulf of Mexico.
Museum honors life and career of Mobile's own Hank Aaron. It features artifacts and memorabilia from his historic baseball career and showcases the Aarons' family life in Mobile.
One of the largest and oldest Victorian cemeteries in southeastern United States. A masterpiece of Victorian history and funerary art.
Built 1857. Once known as Southern Market/Old City Hall, a National Historic Landmark where visitors discover history of Mobile.
All types of giftware, fresh flowers, huge selection of seasonal plants, including variety of native Mobile species, acres of trees, including great selection of Christmas trees.
A variety of exhibits displayed throughout the year featuring paintings, photography, quilts, basketry and book arts. Gallery located on third floor of the USA Library.
Class AA affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks Major League Baseball organization. Located at Hank Aaron Stadium.
100-acre site with azaleas, camellias, herbs, native plants, nature trails and longleaf pine forest. Education programs, plant sales. Docent tours by appt.