Mobile has museums and attractions celebrating almost any local topic: history, art, science, horticulture, marine biology, antebellum architecture and, of course, the pageantry and revelry of Mardi Gras. These world-class museums not only make Mobile a cultural destination, but also provide educational facilities seldom found in a city its size. Other attractions celebrate the area’s rich outdoor wonders, including the Mobile-Tensaw Delta with hundreds of miles of rivers and wetlands.



The History Museum of Mobile and Welcome Center 

111 S. Royal St., Mobile


Mobile Carnival Museum

355 Government St., Mobile


Mobile Medical Museum

1664 Springhill Ave., Mobile


Centre for the Living Arts

301 Conti St., Mobile


Mobile Museum of Art

4850 Museum Dr., Mobile


Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center

65 Government St., Mobile

Natural Beauty

Bellingrath Gardens and Home

12401 Bellingrath Rd., Theodore


Mobile Botanical Gardens

5151 Museum Dr., Mobile


Estuarium at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab

101 Bienville Blvd., Dauphin Island


Five Rivers – Alabama’s Delta Resource Center 

30945 Five Rivers Blvd., Spanish For


Historic House Museums


Bragg-Mitchell Mansion

1906 Springhill Ave., Mobile


Condé-Charlotte Museum House

104 Theatre St., Mobile


Oakleigh Historic Complex

300 Oakleigh Pl., Mobile


Other house museums include the Richards-DAR House, known for its exceptional iron-lace balconies and the Portier House, home to Mobile’s first five Catholic bishops.

Historic Sites

Battleship Memorial Park

2703 Battleship Pkwy., Mobile


Fort Condé 

150 S. Royal St., Mobile



Find more information on sites, museums and attractions at the Mobile Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau