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Alabama Pass launches in conjunction with National Tourism Week and Alabama’s Bicentennial Celebrations

Alabama Pass
Alabama Pass launches in conjunction with National Tourism Week and Alabama’s Bicentennial Celebrations MOBILE, AL, MAY 09, 2017 This year represents the start of Alabama’s three year bicentennial celebration as the 67 counties of Alabama celebrate 200 years as a State in 2019. Various themes will play out as part of these celebrations. In 2017, Alabama focuses on “Discovering Our Places,” coinc...
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Alabama Pass, New Tourism Solution For Visitors to Alabama

Alabama Pass
Alabama Pass, New Tourism Solution For Visitors to Alabama Alabama Pass allows users to to SAVE MONEY and EXPERIENCE MORE during their travels. This solution differs from most tourism passes: no finicky logins, no paper coupons, no apps to download. Simply choose the partner locations you wish to visit, redeem your pass, and create more memories with your friends and family. Written by Kristia...
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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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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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Spring Tea Anyone?

Bragg-Mitchell Mansion's Annual Spring Tea
Bragg-Mitchell Mansion's Annual Spring Tea Fundraiser is on March 10th. What a better way to celebrate Spring, than in the gardens of this iconic antebellum mansion. Enjoy delicious treats and tea during this fun and worthwhile fundraiser that allows the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) museum home and event location, to continue the restoration and operation of this beautiful la...
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