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Bienville Square is a historic city park in the center of downtown Mobile, Alabama. Bienville Square was named for Mobile’s founder, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville. It takes up the entire block bordered by the streets of Dauphin, Saint Joseph, Saint Francis, and North Conception.
The Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (French: Cathédrale de l'Immaculée-Conception de Mobile) is a cathedral serving Roman Catholics in the U.S. city of Mobile, Alabama. It is the seat of the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mobile.
Cathedral Square is a municipal park in Mobile, Alabama. It is bordered by the streets of North Claiborne, Dauphin, North Jackson, and Conti. History. At one time what is now Cathedral Square was part of Mobile's 18th century Catholic cemetery, the Campo Santo.
The Japanese garden in Mobile is a great venue to bring people of different heritages and cultural backgrounds together. Charles Wood started the garden in 1992 and has been working on it ever since. The garden now has several ponds filled with koi and is surrounded by a walking path.
Chickasabogue Park is a 1,100-acre outdoor recreation facility and wildlife refuge. It provides a wide variety of outdoor activities in a natural setting while protecting the environment and preserving the diversity of plants and animals indigenous to the area.
The gateway to Mobile's history, this c. 1850 Federal-style home was renovated from the city's first official jail. The Conde-Charlotte Museum has period rooms containing French, British, Confederate, and American antique furnishings, plus a charming walled Spanish Courtyard, that reflect Mobile's history under these five flags.
Cooper Riverside Park Details Cooper Riverside Park, adjacent to the Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center, is a waterfront oasis in the heart of downtown. The park offers a spectacular vantage point for watching the ship traffic in Mobile’s busy port.
The Dauphin Island Sea Lab Foundation (DISLF) supports the Dauphin Island Sea Lab in its mission, “to provide wise stewardship of the marine environment through education and research”. The foundation provides funds to sustain the activities of the Sea Lab and promotes awareness of the Sea Lab and its environmental issues.
Dr. Williams opened one of the early African-American drugstores- Live and Let Live on this site in 1901. Born on a sugar plantation in Louisiana, he graduated from Meharry Medical School in 1900 and was the second black physician to practice medicine in Mobile.
The current Fort Conde, spanning almost 1/3 of the original fort, was recreated at 4/5-scale on the site. The new Fort Conde was opened on July 4, 1976, as part of Mobile's celebration of the United States bicentennial. The fort is located at 150 South Royal Street.
Gator Alley Boardwalk is always an enjoyable time to spend with family and the local gators. Our children love watching the gators hangout by the boardwalk. It's also a nice walk to enjoy the beautiful weather and it doesn't cost anything to park or enjoy the scenery.
The History Museum of Mobile is conveniently located in historic downtown Mobile at 111 South Royals Street. The Museum is within walking distance from the Mobile Convention Center, several hotels, a variety of restaurants and the Fort Condé Welcome Center.
Malaga Square Park A center of beauty at Church street At the center of the beautiful Church Street East Historic District, Malaga Square Park surrounds the Malaga Inn, a boutique hotel occupying two antebellum townhouses originally constructed in 1862. It is located at 359 Church Street.
It also features a collection of brightly colored statues representing aspects of Mobile's Mardi Gras tradition: On the Church Street side, a pair of Carnival royalty represent past Mobile Carnival Association kings and queens; on the Government Street side, another pair represent the Mobile Area Mardi Gras Association.
The Mobile Delta consists of approximately 20,323 acres of water and Meaher State Park is the perfect access point to this massive natural wonder. Formed by the confluence of the Alabama and Tombigbee Rivers, the Mobile Delta is a complex network of tidally influenced rivers, creeks, bays, lakes, wetlands, and bayous.
Today, Battleship Memorial Park welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world each year. These guests come to tour the Park and learn about the men who served aboard the USS ALABAMA and USS DRUM, our nation’s military history, and the price paid for freedom.
About Us Prior to European settlement in the 1700’s, the land on which Mobile Botanical Gardens stands today was part of a vast longleaf pine forest. Because most of this land was logged for longleaf pine in the early 1900’s, the forest that you can visit today in our 35 acre conservation area (to the east of the parking lot) is actually considered second generation growth.
The Mobile Museum of Art is the largest art museum along the Gulf Coast from New Orleans to Tampa. In our 95,000 square-foot museum, with scenic vistas of surrounding Langan Park, the permanent collection consists of more than 10,000 works of art, many of which are shown in our American, European, Asian and African art exhibitions.
Travel through time at Historic Oakleigh, Mobile's oldest house museum. See how Mobile's cotton factors lived during the 1800's as you are lead on tour of this restored 1833 Greek revival mansion. Also on site, a circa 1866 Union barracks building that tells the story of Reconstruction and Emancipation.
The Phoenix Fire Museum is in the restored home of the Phoenix Volunteer Fire Company No. 6. This building houses turn-of-the-century horse-drawn steam engines and early motorized vehicles. The gallery on the Second Floor recounts the history of the volunteer fire companies of Mobile from their organization in 1838.
The Ideal Cement Company purchased the house from Richards’ descendants in 1946. After being turned over to the city of Mobile in 1973, the five Mobile Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution leased the home. The organization is responsible for furnishing and administering it as a Period House Museum.
Spring Hill is an affluent neighborhood of Mobile, in Mobile County, Alabama. Located on a tall broad hill 6 miles (10 km) to the west of downtown Mobile, it has one of the highest elevations in the area. Originally a summer retreat community, it was eventually encompassed and annexed by the City of Mobile after 1820.
Mobile City Council added 2 new photos — at TRICENTENNIAL PARK. · June 6 at 8:54am · Mobile, AL · Councilman Fredrick D. Richardson meeting with representatives from Alabama Wildlife & Freshwater Fisheries to discuss the current fish population in Day Lake.
USS Alabama (BB-60), a South Dakota-class battleship, was the sixth ship of the United States Navy named after the US state of Alabama. Alabama was commissioned in 1942 and served in World War II in the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. Alabama was decommissioned on 9 January 1947 and placed in the reserve fleet in Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Bremerton, Washington.
USS Drum (SS-228) is a Gato-class submarine of the United States Navy, the first Navy ship named after the drum. Drum is a museum ship in Mobile, Alabama, at Battleship Memorial Park. Drum was laid down on 11 September 1940 at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine.
Pictures from Village Point Park Preserve in Daphne. This preserve sits on Mobile Bay just south of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta. It features the Jackson Live Oak which was recorded on a Spanish land grant in the 1700s and was supposedly used by Andrew Jackson as a platform from which to rally troops during the War of 1812.