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Mobile, AL Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 81
Total Sleeping Rooms 7,400
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 370
Committable Meeting Rooms* 23
Largest Exhibit Space 152,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 100,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $94
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $51
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $234
*Maximum for a single hotel

Mobile, AL Things to Do and Attractions

Bellingrath Gardens and Home

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More than 75 years ago Walter and Bessie Bellingrath began a horticultural endeavor that would become one of the preeminent gardens in the U.S., nestled among oaks and Spanish moss along the scenic Fowl River. Tour the Bellingrath Museum Home, a true

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Gulf Coast Exploreum and IMAX Theater

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For kids and groups of all ages, this fascinating complex of more than 150 hands-on interactive exhibits is all about fun. High-tech adventures in permanent exhibits like Hands On Hall, Minds On, Body Works, state-of-the-art laboratory with friendly

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GulfQuest National Maritime Museum

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The spectacular 90,000-square-foot GulfQuest National Maritime Museum is the first museum dedicated to the Gulf Coast's rich maritime traditions and only the third interactive maritime museum in the world. Step on board a full-size replica of a

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Mobile Carnival Museum

Mobile is the birthplace of Mardi Gras – and don't you forget it. If you need a refresher course in the fascinating history of how the party got started, there's no better place than the Mobile Carnival Museum. One of the most fun, colorful, and

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USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park

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Get up close and personal with not one but two National Historic Landmarks – the USS ALABAMA and Submarine USS DRUM, tributes to the bravery of Alabama's men and women who served in World War II, the Korean conflict, Vietnam, and Desert Storm, and

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5 Rivers Delta Safaris

Enjoy a leisurely trip and eco-tour on the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta on the pontoon boat "The Pelican". Explore one of the largest wetland ecosystems in the United States with a knowledgeable and entertaining captain pointing out diverse wildlife and

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African American Heritage Trail Tours

Long forgotten chapters of history are brought to life in a variety of tours spotlighting Mobile's culturally diverse heritage. Historic contributions and events are linked with significant locations in the story of African Americans’ role in

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Art Galleries

Mobile's art scene is best illustrated in the diversity of its more than 30 premier art galleries that offer a wide range of visual arts in a variety of media and expression – traditional fine art, prints, sculpture, pottery, crafts, photography, and

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Bay City Convention & Tours

For meeting planners, tour operators, educators, or even individual tourists, Bay City Convention and Tours is a one-stop shop for comprehensive meeting planning and destination management services. Its knowledgeable and competitive team can handle

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Bragg-Mitchell Mansion

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Giving a rare glimpse of life in the Old South, this 1855 house was the center of social life, surrounded by century-old oaks and furnished with antiques. A stunning example of Greek revival architecture, it is one of the most photographed buildings

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Conde-Charlotte House

Built in 1850, the house is furnished with period antiques depicting Mobile's history under five flags: French, British, Spanish, American, and Confederate. Now a charming museum owned and operated by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of

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Crescent Theater

Located in the heart of downtown, the Crescent is Mobile's only independent art house movie theater. Featuring a big screen and 100-seat auditorium, the locally owned and operated theater specializes in a diverse selection of first-run independent,

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Dauphin Street Entertainment District

Named after Louis XIV's son, Dauphin Street has benefited from an urban renewal movement that has given new life to a host of restaurants, clubs, shops, and galleries housed in historic buildings in downtown Mobile. Known as LoDa (Lower Dauphin

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Heroes Sports Bar and Grill

One of the most popular sports bars in downtown Mobile, Heroes features casual food like burgers, sandwiches, and salads, plus 60 varieties of beer. Outdoor seating and sports in HD makes this smoke-free spot the place to be.

Joe Cain Cafe

The Joe Cain Café is named for Joseph Stillwell Cain, the city clerk credited with building a tradition of Mardi Gras parades and reviving the Mardi Gras celebrations in Mobile. The casual café is located in the spectacular Battle House Hotel, and

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L. Craig Roberts, Architect, AIA

Personalized tours on Mobile's History in Architecture are given by L. Craig Roberts and can accommodate up to five people (no children under 16). Tours may be individualized to fit a group's schedule and special interests. Roberts is a member of the

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Mobile Arts: Symphony, Ballet and Opera

Mobile hosts a ballet, an opera company, as well as a symphony. Established in 1970 as Symphony Concerts of Mobile, the Mobile Symphony has grown into the premier producer of live symphonic music in the Gulf Coast region. Its education programs have

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Mobile Greyhound Park

A top attraction since 1973, Mobile Greyhound Park features live greyhound racing and simulcast horse racing. Over the years, the park has positioned itself not only as a premiere racing establishment, but also as a leading contributor to Mobile's

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Oakleigh House

Mobile's official Period House Museum, built in 1833 by a wealthy cotton broker, the house features an impressive collection of furniture, coin silver, porcelain, and art in a raised T-shaped Greek Revival. The property includes the 1850 Cox-Deasy

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Richards DAR House

Built in 1860 by steamboat captain Charles G. Richards and his wife, the house is a perfect example of Italianate style. It includes a cast-iron facade depicting the four seasons, marble mantels, massive bronze and brass chandeliers, red Bohemian

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Saenger Theatre

Since 1927, the historic Saenger Theatre has hosted thousands of performances, delighting audiences in Mobile who marvel at the stately architectural beauty of this treasured landmark. Its original decor – inspired by classical Greek mythology and

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Skyview Lounge

Located 17 stories above downtown Mobile, in the Holiday Inn Downtown Historic District, the casual yet luxurious Skyview Lounge is an unforgettable venue. It overlooks beautiful Mobile Bay and offers a wide variety of drink specials.

Veet's Bar and Grill

A fixture in downtown Mobile for more than a decade, Veet's is located in a historic building on Royal Street across from the Riverview Plaza Hotel. The building has recently undergone major renovations, tripling the square footage of the bar and

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Felix's Fish Camp

Beautiful views of the delta are a bonus here, on top of delectable seafood and gracious service. Feast on an outstanding selection of fresh Gulf seafood and steaks while enjoying the panoramic views through gigantic windows. For private dining,

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Spot of Tea

A popular place for breakfast, lunch, and of course, afternoon tea, Ruby and her son, Tony, opened this downtown restaurant and special event venue in 1994 across from Cathedral Square. For its 15th anniversary they opened After Five, a new dinner

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Wintzell's Oyster House

Zillions of oysters have been served here since 1938, and Alabamans and others have been happily choosing among "fried, stewed, or nude" when deciding how to best eat them. This Mobile institution has 12 locations in the south, all open seven days a

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5 Rivers Delta Resource Center

Where the Mobile, Spanish, Tensaw, Appalachee, and Blakely rivers flow into Mobile Bay is the impressive 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center – an exhilarating combination of education and entertainment in one beautiful center, surrounded by nature and

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Estuarium and Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Founded in 1971, the Estuarium at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab reveals the mysteries of the Gulf Coast through exciting interactive displays and exhibits on the animals, plants, resources, and ecology of the area. Alabama's only marine science

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Gulf Coast Beaches

Imagine an island paradise less than an hour drive from Mobile. You don't have to – Dauphin Island is perfectly real and perfectly suited for families or anybody looking for the spectacle of turquoise waves rolling onto beautiful sugar-white beaches

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Hank Aaron Childhood Home, Museum and Ballpark

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In 2008, baseball great Hank Aaron's childhood home was relocated to Hank Aaron Stadium by the Mobile Bay Bears of the AA Southern League, with the restoration completed and a grand opening held in 2010. Never before in American history had a Hall of

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Alabama Cruises at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

From the stunning Bellingrath Gardens, take a serene cruise on the Southern Belle, a 150-passenger riverboat-style vessel with a maximum seating capacity of 98 for dinner (reservations required). Dine while enjoying the sights and sounds of the River

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Deep Sea Fishing

The Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo is the oldest and largest multi-special saltwater tournament in the country. Founded in 1929, the annual rodeo attracts more than 3,000 anglers and 75,000 spectators. A project of the Mobile Jaycees, it's located on

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Golf

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To say that the golf in Mobile is outstanding doesn't even begin to cover it. With more than 25 premiere golf courses in metropolitan Mobile, Golf Digest named the city as one of the Top 10 golf value destinations in the United States. Southern

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Carnival Cruises

Carnival's Fantasy cruises year-round to the western caribbean from Mobile starting in November 2016. Contact Visit Mobile or your travel agent for pre/post convention booking assistance.

 
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