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Enjoy a Meal or the Museum in Mobile

Map of Mobile

Explore the birthplace of Mardi Gras

Have a hearty meal and go out and enjoy the brilliant history of Mobile, AL.

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  1. Museums in Mobile

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    GulfQuest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico

    GulfQuest one of the tourist favorite travel destinations when visiting Mobile. The museum is dedicated to the heritage and culture of the Gulf of Mexico and has over 90 interactive exhibits and simulators along with theaters and an observation deck. Spend a day setting sail and having a good time while being hands-on learning about the gulf marine lice, offshore oil and gas platforms, and so much more.  

    Address: 155 S Water St, Mobile, AL 36602

    Mobile Carnival Museum

    One of the greatest living traditions in the country calls Mobile, Alabama its birthplace and the city take pride in it. What is this tradition? Mardi Gras! The museum has intricate designs on display such as crowns, robs, scepters and more. You can also view videos of parades and historical photographs from past celebrations. 

    Address: 355 Government St, Mobile, AL 36602  

     

  2. Eats on Dauphin Street

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    Dauphin’s

    Enjoy astounding views of Mobile Bay and a delicious meal from the 34th floor of the Trustmark building at Dauphin’s. Select from the French Creole menu and enjoy the sounds from the piano at the full-service bar. Whether you’re in the mood for dinner, brunch, or happy hour, they’ll have what you need to enjoy a quality meal. 

    Address: RSA Trustmark Bank Building, 107 St Francis St #3400, Mobile, AL 36602

    Mama’s on Dauphin

    You can find down-home southern cookin’ at Mama’s on Dauphin, it’s said to be the best comfort food in the city of Mobile. There are specials every day of the week with every you can think of, from meatloaf to jambalaya, and if you have room for dessert, then the banana pudding is a MUST.  

    Address: 220 Dauphin St. Mobile, AL 36602

     

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