- The list below includes 55 free or cheap things to do in or near Mobile, Alabama, including 54 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Historic Homes, Parks and Historic Ships.
- From Mobile Bay to Cottage Hill Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Mobile and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fairhope, Daphne, Spanish Fort and Malbis.
Located along the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Paddles Up is a business offering stand-up paddleboard rentals to its customers. Visitors of all skill levels are welcome to try and experience stand-up paddleboarding with the equipment the business provides.
Opening in 1928, Shearwater Pottery features the work of Peter Anderson and other family members that have followed him in this craft. The pottery makes many different pieces from clay found in Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama.
The Ocean Spring's Art Studio is a hidden gem in Mississippi. The quaint studio features paintings by local artists available to purchase and view, as well as classes for those wanting to try their hand at an original piece.
90% 21 votes
23299 Wharf Lane, Orange Beach, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
With mini golf, sky rail zip lines, and two sky rail rope courses, Sharky's Family Adventurous Park is a must for adrenaline pumping fun. The rope courses are 32 feet tall and have zip lines over 70 feet long.
A gallery nestled in a century old estate home, The Pink Rooster is full of, and surrounded by beauty. The venue is a popular wedding location and features many oil and acrylic paintings, pottery, and jewelry.
93% 164 votes
510 Washington Ave., Ocean Springs, MS 39564 MoreLess Info
The Walter Anderson Museum of Art highlights the work of Walter Inglis Anderson, and his brother Peter Anderson and his other brother James McConnell Anderson in its four galleries. The museum can also be rented for special events.
86% 7 votes
Hanshaw Road, Mississippi Sandhill Crane Refuge, Ocean Springs, MS MoreLess Info
The Fontainebleau Nature Trail is located on the Mississippi Sandhill Crane Wildlife Refuge. Open during daylight hours, the trail is a mile and a half in length and has two observation platforms.