The History Museum of Mobile is a visual masterpiece that provides an unparalleled museum experience. Housed in the Southern Market/Old City Hall National Historic Landmark, our collection boasts more than 90,000 artifacts related to Mobile history, and many are on display in our exhibits.
Touring Bellingrath Gardens and Home means experiencing 65 acres of year-round beauty. Within this beautiful estate are gardens and landscapes that showcase their own specific variety of wonder.
On January 9, 1965, the “Mighty A” was opened to the public as an independent agency of the state of Alabama. Since then, more than 14 million visitors have trod her decks and stood in awe of her majestic presence.
The Mobile Carnival Museum is a history museum that chronicles over 300 years of Carnival and Mardi Gras in Mobile, Alabama.
The Mobile Museum of Art is an art museum located in Mobile, Alabama. It features extensive art collections from the Southern United States, the Americas, Europe, and non-western art.
The National African American Archives and Museum, formerly the Davis Avenue Branch of the Mobile Public Library, is an archive and history museum located in Mobile, Alabama.
A nonprofit museum dedicated to the history of medicine in Alabama and the Gulf Coast.
Located on the bottom floor of the Senior Bowl offices in downtown Mobile, AL, the Senior Bowl Museum chronicles the 65-year history of the senior showcase.
The Hank Aaron Childhood Home and Museum is the original Aaron family home built by Hank's Dad, Herbert, in 1942. Memorabilia for this Museum comes directly from Mr. Aaron, the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, the Louisville Slugger Museum and the Negro League Museum.
The Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center is a non-profit, mission-based, science center that promotes science learning through a variety of inquiry-based educational and entertaining activities.
Grounds adorned with native plants, Japanese Maples & Longleaf Pines, with a rental hall & trails.
Charles Wood Japanese Garden is located in beautiful Mobile, AL. The Asian Cultural Center is part of the garden. It is a meeting hall for events.
Historic Blakeley State Park is a park located on the site of the former town of Blakeley in Baldwin County, Alabama on the Tensaw River delta. The park encompasses an area once occupied by settlers in what was a thriving community on the river.
Fort Gaines is a historic fort on Dauphin Island, Alabama, United States. It was named for Edmund Pendleton Gaines. Established in 1821, it is best known for its role in the Battle of Mobile Bay during the American Civil War.
Swamp sanctuary offers an elevated boardwalk with a close view of hundreds of alligators & wildlife.
The Saenger Theatre is a historic theater and contributing building to the Lower Dauphin Street Historic District in Mobile, Alabama.
Mobile Civic Center is a multi-purpose arena located in Mobile, Alabama. Owned by the City of Mobile and operated by SMG, the arena comprises three venues: A theater, an expo hall, and an arena.
The beautiful, state-of-the-art Mobile Convention Center, located on the water in the heart of downtown Mobile, is one of the premier convention centers in the country.
The Mitchell Center, opened in October 1999, is a multi-purpose venue located in beautiful Mobile, Alabama.