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Adventures Aweigh!

The Ocean Planet Theater, one of many unique exhibits inside GulfQuest
Adventures Aweigh! GulfQuest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico celebrates the historical, economic and cultural significance of “America’s Sea,” the Gulf of Mexico and its coastal region with immersive and fun exhibits housed in a very unique setting. Located in downtown Mobile, Alabama, GulfQuest offers experiences in an array of maritime topics including early settlements and trade ...
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Taking The Party Bus Experience To Another Level

Elegant Knights Bus Interior
Taking The Party Bus Experience To Another Level Elegant Knights is the ideal solution for all your transportation needs, and are the leading provider of Party Bus transportation in Coastal Alabama. Providing Fun and Elegant transportation for homecoming, weddings, proms, birthdays, Knights on the town, bachelor(ette) parties, reunions,  office parties, Mardi Gras, Quinceanera's, Bar/Bat Mitzvah's...
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Explore the Habitats of Coastal Alabama

The Estuarium at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab is an exciting educational facility with visual and engaging exhibits that include touch tanks and a real-time weather station. 31 aquariums with over 30,000 gallons of water, as well as a Marsh Boardwalk, highlight the four key habitats of Coastal Alabama: the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta, Mobile Bay, the Barrier Islands and the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Vi...
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Explore the “Mighty A” and Dive into History

USS Alabama Battleship Park
USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park celebrates 75 years of Military history on the edge of Mobile Bay. Saved from the scrapyard by the USS Alabama Battleship Commission and donations from the lunch money of Alabama school children, the USS Alabama (BB-60) South Dakota-class Battleship can now be viewed, walked over and climbed upon in all her restored glory. They even hold sleepovers for chil...
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Paddle With Dolphins & Coastal Sunsets

Dolphin Sunset Kayak Tour
Explore Gulf Shores, Alabama with WildNative Tours by boat or by kayak. Departing from Happy Harbor on the Bon Secour River, just minutes from Lucy Buffet's world famous Lulu's Restuarant, WildNative specializes in local Eco Tours, amazing Coastal Sunsets and of course their unique Dolphin Sunset kayak tour. Don't forget #YourAlabamaPass #ExploreAlabama - www.AlabamaPass.com ...
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Mobile’s Grandest Antebellum Mansion

Azalea Trail Maids in garden of Bragg-Mitchell Mansion
Built in 1855 by Judge John Bragg, the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion is a 13,000 square foot Greek Revival facing Springhill Avenue in the city of Mobile, Alabama. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, mansion serves to inspire, to educate, and to facilitate historic and cultural preservation within the community through historical tours and elegant Southern entertaining. Don't f...
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Explore The Mobile-Tensaw Delta

Gator on the WildNative Delta Safaris tour.
For a great introduction to our amazing Mobile-Tensaw Delta, Mobile's own WildNative Delta Safaris offers immersive experiences by boat or by kayak. Departing just minutes from downtown Mobile, Alabama from the 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center on the Causeway. Or explore the Port of Mobile, Alabama with the Secretly Awesome Harbor Tour, departing the Bluegill Restaurant. Don't forget #Your...
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Ghost, Battleship & Historic Home Tours

Bay City Ghost Tour
When visiting the city of Mobile, let Bay City Convention & Tours, Inc. create a unique and unforgettable event for your family or group. The packages presented on their website are only samples of what they can do for you. Tour possibilities are only limited by your imagination. All tours are customized to meet your particular needs and can be tailored to accommodate physical capabilities, ti...
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Fire! Fire! Fire!

Phoenix Fire Museum, Mobile Alabama
The Phoenix Fire Museum, an ancillary location to the History Museum of Mobile, 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. Entry to the museum is FRE...
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