The History Museum of Mobile and Welcome Center
111 S. Royal St., Mobile
The History Museum of Mobile, located in a national landmark building, uses interactive exhibits to tell the story of Mobile’s more than 300-year history. The museum also serves as the city’s official welcome center.
Mobile Carnival Museum
355 Government St., Mobile
The William J. and Emily Staples Hearin Mobile Carnival Museum showcases Mobile as the birthplace of Mardi Gras. The museum allows visitors to experience the excitement of a Mardi Gras parade any time of the year.
Mobile Medical Museum
1664 Springhill Ave., Mobile
The Mobile Medical Museum uncovers 200 years of medical history.
Alabama Contemporary Art Center
301 Conti St., Mobile
The Alabama Contemporary Art Center shows modern art in an industrial setting in the center of downtown.
Mobile Museum of Art
4850 Museum Dr., Mobile
The Mobile Museum of Art is the setting for a permanent collection of more than 9,000 works of art spanning two centuries, as well as a changing series of traveling exhibitions and regional art exhibits.
Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center
65 Government St., Mobile
The Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center features permanent exhibitions including “My BodyWorks,” “Hands on Hall” and “Minds on Hall,” as well as major traveling exhibits and movies in the J.L.Bedsole IMAX® Dome Theater.
GulfQuest National Maritime Museum
155 S. Water St., Mobile
Overlooking the busy Mobile River, the museum offers 90 interactive exhibits, simulators, displays, theaters and a life-sized replica of a container ship to give visitors hands-on experience with maritime industry and history.