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Mobile, Alabama
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Mobile, Alabama, is a hidden treasure of the South. Known for its rich history, delicious seafood, beautiful Spanish Moss, and the original Mardi Gras, Mobile is a must-visit destination for the whole family!

Mobile, Alabama, Visitors Guide

As the oldest city in Alabama, Mobile has a rich history, and a spirit that encapsulates the many cultures that have inhabited it. Boasting a beautiful historic downtown, the USS Alabama battleship, the original Mardi Gras, and so much more, it is easy to understand why visitors of all ages and interests return to Mobile year after year.

Mobile has several points of interest from historical landmarks to hip hangouts. Most visitors will make it a point to visit the Mobile Museum of Art, the GulfQuest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico, Dauphin Street, Moe’s Original Bar B Que, Mobile Bay, World War II museum ship USS Alabama, and the Mobile Carnival Museum. Whether you’re into watersports, history, dining, entertainment, family-fun, or even just taking it easy, Mobile, Alabama, is the place to be!

What is Mobile Known for

Home to the first Mardi Gras celebration, USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Port of Mobile, Mobile Bay, Fort Conde, Art, Museums, Historic Districts

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