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Experience carnival in Mobile, the birthplace of Mardi Gras. View robes, crowns, and sceptors. Enjoy interactive displays; board a float. Kids area and gift shop.
Extensive collection of instruments, equipment, photographs, teaching materials and authentic letters which portray medical practice from the early 1700s and medical education since the 1800s.
Houses official non-current records of City of Mobile from 1814 to present day, as well as historical artwork, paintings and statues.
Art museum in Langan Park. Permanent fine arts and crafts collection covering 2000 years of cultural history. Blockbuster and traveling exhibitions, theater, interactive gallery.
Alabama's oldest Performing Arts Organization, founded in 1946. Located in the designated Downtown Arts District, the Josephine Larkins Music Center.
Located in West Mobile, Morrison's has supplied gardeners for many years with plants needed to complete a small flower bed or a complete landscaping project. Begun in the early 1950's the center offers azaleas, camellias, lilies, trees, bedding plants and more.
Three museums: Oakleigh, a beautiful Greek Revival home, is Mobile's official antebellum museum; Cox-Deasy, cir. 1850 Gulf Coast cottage; Cook's House, cir. 1850.
Restored 1859 fire house, once home to Phoenix Fire Company. Collection of steamers and fire engines from 19th century inspire imagination in everyone.
1860 antebellum townhouse. Highlights include Cornelius chandeliers, Carrara marble mantles, cantilevered staircase, period furniture, walled-in garden. Gift shop. Complimentary tea and cookies served.
Three courses: one 18-hole par 3 (voted Top 10 in country by Golf Digest), 2 championship courses - home to the Bell Micro LPGA Classic.
1,921-seat theater built in 1927. Former vaudeville and movie palace, now grand theater. Hosts national and international performers, Broadway musicals, orchestras, concerts, more.
Recent renovations have upgraded every aspect of this course.
Half-day, full-day trips or up to five-day trips on the beautiful Escatawpa River. Guided trips by canoe and kayak into Mobile-Tensaw River delta.
1834 home of first Catholic Bishop of Mobile; and Father Abram Ryan, Poet Priest. Tours and gift shop.
In business 80 years. Visit candy and gift company, pecan factory/bakery or retail shop in Mobile.
Mighty battleship, Mach 3 A-12 Blackbird, B-52 stratofortress Calamity Jane, submarine USS DRUM, an original plane that was used by the Tuskegee Airmen, plus 22 other aircraft, weaponry from all military branches. 2 National Historic Landmarks.
Mobile's oldest restaurant at its original location, founded 1938 as a 6-stool oyster bar. Thousands of humorous signs and historical memorabilia. Tours upon request.