Best Landmarks in Mobile, AL

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150 South Royal Street, Mobile, AL 36602

Since 1723

Museum, House, Observation Deck, Gift Shop, Special Events, Wedding, Reception, Private Party, Corporate Event, Field Trip, Meeting Space and Facilities, Guided Tours, Groups, Educational Programs, Scouting, Overnights, Rental Facility, Landmarks, Architecture Buildings, Birthday Party, Conservation, Classrooms, Research & Workshops

Free Admission - Fort Condé and its surrounding features covered about 11 acres of land - It was built of local brick, stone, earthen dirt walls and cedar wood

Mon - Sat : 12:30 am - 4:30 pm Sun : Closed

The ladies that work in this visitors center are so sweet and their information was not only useful but, informative. You can pick up all of your normal pamphlets here for tourist attractions, they will give you dinner recommendations, real estate magazines, etc. If you came here without doing much research or just want to know the best restaurants in town this is the place for you. They recommended the trolley tour around town which picks up right outside and we decided to hop on definitel
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104 Theatre St, Mobile, AL 36602

Since 1822

Museum, Landmark, Architecture Buildings, Historical Building, Observation Deck, Museum Store, House, Special Events, Exhibitions, Collections, Granary Preservation, Summer Camps, Group Tours, Educational Programs, Classroom Programs, Workshops, Cultural Activities, Event Rentals, Library, Adult Program, Internships & Rental Facility

Free admission for children 5 years old and younger - The house is 45 feet (13.7 m) wide at the front southern elevation, 72 feet (21.9 m) long at the eastern elevation and 90 feet (27.4 m) long at the western elevation including the carriage house

Price: $10 Adults & $5 Children 6 - 12 years old

Tue - Sat : 11:00 am - 3:30 pm Sun & Mon : Closed

Beautiful historic home in downtown Mobile. The cost to tour the home is $10 each. The Conde Charlotte House is the oldest home in Mobile dating back to the early 1800s. The home is filled with gorgeous authentic antiques from Spain, England, and the United States. The tour guides were very friendly and knowledgeable. I learned so much in the hour I was there. The Conde Charlotte House is a must see if you are a history buff. TIP: leave small children at home.
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350 Oakleigh Place, Mobile, AL 36604

Since 1833

Museum, King Cotton, Urban Slavery, Railroad Expansion, Deadly Epidemics, The Civil War, Union-Barracks, House, Silver Collection, Haviland Limoge China, Extensive Fine Art Collection, High School Students Programs, Schools Programs, Historic Preservation, Buildings, Monthly Meetings with Special Guests, Reconstruction & Emancipation

Free Admission for HMPS Members - Built as a raised, galleried villa in the Greek Revival style, Oakleigh is one of the largest T-shaped homes in the state of Alabama

Price: $10 Adults, $8 Military, AAA, National Trust Members, Students, Child Over 5

Mon, Tue, Thu - Sat : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Wed & Sun : Closed

The Oakleigh house was originally built in 1833 for a cotton broker in Mobile. At that time, this house was actually outside the city limits and had a sizeable acreage (not like a plantation). There is still a lot of gardens and exterior to walk around and take pictures. But the house tour was really great. We had a tour guide that really knew the history and seemed to really enjoy telling us about it. Lots of period furniture and other household items.
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