Welcome to Mobile, Alabama

Mobile, Alabama

According to Google, Mobile is a popular port city on Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Residents and visitors alike celebrate one of the US's largest Mardi Gras traditions outside of New Orleans each year with extravagant floats, incredible costumes and so much more at the Mobile Carnival Museum. Year-round, fine and decorative art from all over the world is displayed at the Mobile Museum of Art.
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Mobile Highlights

According to Wikipedia, Mobile is home to a plethora of museums. Most notably, Battleship Memorial Park, a military park on the shore of Mobile Bay, offers exhibits including the World War II era battleship USS Alabama, the World War II era submarine USS Drum, Korean War and Vietnam War Memorials, and a variety of historical military equipment.

There is also the History Museum of Mobile, housed in the historic Old City Hall (1857), which is a National Historic Landmark; the Oakleigh Historic Complex, which is home to three house museums that "attempt to interpret the lives of people from three strata of 19th century society" in Mobile: the enslaved, the working class, and the upper class. There are also the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion (1855), Richards DAR House (1860), and the Condé-Charlotte House (1822), which are furnished antebellum house museums.

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