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Mobile is a vibrant bustling city with a rich history that spans over 300 years and known for it’s love for a good time! Mobile is the home of Mardi Gras and the party has never stopped. Whether you are looking for fun with the kids or a night on the town Mobile has all of that to offer and more!

Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Bellingrath gardens, a creation of Mr. & Mrs. Bellingrath, was first opened to public in 1932. The couple announced in 1932, when a national garden club meeting took place, that anyone wanting to see their garden could do so for free. On visiting it you would be a witness to different colors and fragrances, depending on which season of the year you visit. Different kinds of flowers grow there: camellias, azaleas, roses, chrysanthemums, to name a few. The Bellingrath home built in 1935 has 15 rooms and was built by the famous architect, George B. Rogers. Made with hand-made bricks this garden encompasses 10,500 square feet of space. A visit to the house gives you the classic Renaissance feel. Visit Bellingrath Gardens & Homes and revel in the nature`s beauty

Location: 12401 Bellingrath Gardens Rd, Theodore, AL 36582
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USS Alabama Battleship Park

The battleship USS Alabama is a war veteran of World War II. It survived 37 months of the war without any major casualties. Today, it serves as a war memorial. Open on all days except Christmas, the ship is a National Historic Landmark. You can take a self-guided tour inside the crew`s quarters and engine rooms. All in all, the battleship is a novel way to relive the bravery of the soldiers of World War II.

Location: 2703 Battleship Pkwy, Mobile, AL 36602
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Fort Conde

Fort Conde was known by different names under the regime of different rulers, from being referred to as Fort Carlota by Spanish rulers, it was known as Fort Charlotte when Britishers and Americans took charge. It was rebuilt and inaugurated on the occasion of the nation`s bicentennial. Tourists can tour the reconstructed fort and know more about its history and other trivia. This museum houses historic artifacts and exhibits from the colonial times and gives the visitors a glimpse of the early Mobile.

Location: 150 S Royal St, Mobile, AL 36602
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GulfQuest National Maritime Museum

Gulf Quest/National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico opened on September 26, 2015, is a non-profit interactive maritime museum dedicated to the maritime heritage and culture of the Gulf of Mexico. The 120,000 square foot museum, located on the riverfront in downtown Mobile, Alabama, is designed to look as if it were a ship headed into Mobile Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The museum features 90 interactive exhibits, simulators, theaters and artifact displays, complemented by artifacts and memorabilia displayed throughout "multiple decks" inside a full-sized replica of a container ship, displayed as if dockside. Gulf Quest also features a museum store, a museum café` and several event spaces.

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The Listening Room

The Listening Room is a local music venue that hosts both local and national artists in an intimate and quiet setting. The venue is geared towards creating the perfect dialogue between the audience and the musicians, where each lyric or chord tells a story waiting to be heard. Local performers like Darrell McIntyre, Randy Branch and Melody Duncan have played here. You can enjoy an evening of great music, accompanied by fine wine or beer as refreshment. The vibe is mellow, and it`s a nice place to soak in the beautiful melodies created by these talented artists

Location: 78 St Francis St, Mobile, AL 36602


Dauphin`s combines classic coastal cuisine with a sky-high panorama from its perch atop the RSA Trustmark Bank Building in downtown Mobile. We`re passionate about locally sourced ingredients, classic to cutting-edge dishes and a spectacular guest experience. Dauphin`s is part of Bob Baumhower`s 13-restaurant gumbo known as Aloha Hospitality International. To learn more - visit our website: www.godauphins.com

Location: 107 St Francis St, Mobile, AL 36602
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Wintzell`s Oyster House

Wintzell`s Oyster House offers a wide range of tasty oyster dishes. Try their fried and grilled oysters. The restaurant has expanded its menu to include sandwiches, pastas, salads and desserts also. Notable items on the creative menu include honey citrus chicken, chicken alfredo, rice with chicken and sausage, hot wings, fried catfish and stuffed crab. Take advantage of the happy hour specials that offer good oyster portions at cheap prices. The lively place attracts a large crowd and is usually packed during lunchtime and on weekends

Location: 605 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36602
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The Noble South

Noble South is a trendy restaurant in Downtown Mobile. Here a seasonal menu gives chefs the chance to make their favorite childhood dishes with a gourmet twist. Their focus on local ingredients and modern techniques bring a touch of class to Southern classics.

Location: 203 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36602
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The Gulf Quest Exploreum Science Center

The Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center is the fun way to learn about science, through various interactive exhibits and films. Children can learn about electricity and magnetism, get acquainted with the animal world as they get to `scoop sea animals` and learn about the human body. The museum also provides group tours

Location: 65 Government St, Mobile, AL 36602
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Mobile Carnival Museum

Discover the Birthplace of Mardi Gras - Mobile , Alabama! Immerse yourself in the rich history and traditions of carnival. See firsthand the intricate designs and artistry of majestic crowns , scepters and robes of Mardi Gras monarchs. Discover the art of costume design and float construction. View videos of parades and balls. Witness the pomp and pageantry of past coronations. Browse a pictorial gallery historical photographs of dating back to 1886. Experience a behind the mask view of the street party by climbing aboard a rocking float. Become a costumed youth rider in the Little Mystics Den.

Location: 355 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36602
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