- 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.
The Motorsport Lab Mobile / Baldwin County MoreLess Info
Drivers get behind the wheel of a Lamborghini or Ferrari with an instructor for laps around an autocross car-control course
Since 1974, the Mobile Botanical Gardens has been working to preserve Alabama's native plants. The gardens include the Shropshire Nature Trail through the woodlands, The Founders' Fragrance & Texture Garden especially designed with sensory plants, Longleaf Pine Ecosystem containing over 165 species of plants, a…
The 1,100-acre Chickasabogue Park Alabama offers canoeing, 17 miles of hiking and biking trails, along with fishing for bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish, pickerel, goggle-eye, the oldest Methodist /Episcopal Church in Alabama now a museum, and 27-hole disc golf course, and swimming in the Chickasaw Creek. Campi…
Located within Mobile's Medal Of Honor Park is the Julien Marx Dog Park. The animal friendly park, offering shady trees and water stations, is situated on four beautiful acres that is divided into sections for both large and small breeds.
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1711 Hillcrest Rd, Cottage Hill Park, Mobile, AL 36695 MoreLess Info
Medal Of Honor Park is a large community park that offers sports fields for baseball, softball, football and soccer, along with picnic areas and grills. The park is also home to the Cottage Hill Tennis Center, another community athletic facility.
Originally constructed for Charles and Caroline Richards in about 1860, the Italianate style Richards-DAR House Museum hosts special events. The six Daughters of the American Revolution organizations in the Mobile area also use the house.
Church Street Historic District contains many buildings constructed from 1820's to the early 1900s of varying architectural styles including Federal, Greek revival, Italianate, Queen Anne and Victorian. Notable buildings in the district include the 1836 Government Street Presbyterian Church, Barton Academy, and…
The Greek Revival Bragg-Mitchell Mansion was built in 1855 for Judge John Bragg so that his wife and daughters could enjoy Mobile's Mardi-Gras season. The 13,000 square foot home can be toured, and is often home to special events.
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104 Theatre St, Mobile, AL 36602 MoreLess Info
Visitors can take guided tours of the Conde-Charlotte Museum House originally built in 1850 for Jonathan and Elizabeth Kirkbride. The house is restored with period antiques, and visitors can also see sections of the jail that was on the site from 1822 to 1850.