- 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.
Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar Mobile / Baldwin County MoreLess Info
Raw fish is rolled in seaweed along with rice to create delectable treats that are served alongside ginger and wasabi
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3366 Bay Shore Dr, D'Iberville, MS 39540 MoreLess Info
Family friendly fishing charts are the primary focus of Mega-Bite Fishing Charters, LLC. Trips are conducted in the Gulf South area with options for inshore Back Bay fishing and offshore fishing throughout the year.
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27844 Canal Rd, Orange Beach, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
With Action Charter Services - Day Tours, visitors can go offshore and bottom fishing for tuna and snapper. In addition to catching fish, visitors have the opportunity to spot dolphins from the boat.
You cannot have a coastal community without a proud and rich maritime history. Learn about Mississippi's maritime history and heritage at this unique museum. You'll learn about boating, fishing, and even the hurricanes that have ravished the area through informative exhibits and events. Two schooner replicas ar…
New arrivals can find lots of useful information at the Biloxi Visitors Center in Biloxi, Mississippi. Located on a scenic strip of Route 90, the Center is only hundreds of yards from Biloxi's beautiful lighthouse.
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Biloxi Small Craft Harbor, Biloxi, MS MoreLess Info
Biloxi Historical/Cemetery Tours provides visitors with a unique opportunity to learn about the history of the local area. During the tour, guests witness ten different re-enactors that each represents a different figure from the city's long history.
As a sightseeing tour, Biloxi Tour Train takes visitors on a tram ride through the city. While on the tour, visitors will learn about the history of each neighborhood and the damage done by Hurricane Katrina.