View of Fort Conde in Mobile, Alabama.


Discover Mobile, Alabama; a historic coastal gem where every visit brings new experiences. Immerse yourself in the original Mardi Gras spirit, catch a captivating show at the Saenger Theatre or stroll through the Mobile Botanical Gardens. Don't forget to pay homage to history at the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park. With a rich heritage spanning over 300 years, Mobile beckons with museums, historical treasures, and enough Southern flair to keep you coming back for more.

Nearby cities include Dauphin Island and Spanish Fort.

View of Fort Conde in Mobile, Alabama.

Mobile: Home of the Original Mardi Gras

The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the history and legends of Mobile Mardi Gras. Housed in a restored mansion on Government St, right where Mardi Gras happens, the museum comes complete with the majestic crowns, scepters, and robes of Mardi Gras Royalty. Don’t forget to visit the iron-clad balcony and throw a few Mardi Gras beads to the crowd.

Visit the Carnival Museum
The Original Mardi Gras Town


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How to Get There

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Mobile is easily reached via Interstates 10 and 65. Additionally, visitors can use Highways 98, 90, and 43 to get anywhere in the city.
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The Mobile Regional Airport is located west of downtown Mobile.
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Greyhound offers daily bus service, including holidays, to and from Mobile.

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