- Our list of the best things to do in Fairhope, Alabama, features the top 127 nearby activities — including 59 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Fairhope, AL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Sights & Landmarks, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 16 things to do within the city of Fairhope, AL , followed by 111 popular activities in nearby cities, including Gulf Shores, Mobile, Daphne, Foley, Spanish Fort, Orange Beach, Bon Secour, Elberta, Point Clear, Theodore, Malbis and Summerdale
Visitors to the Mobile-Tensaw Delta can discover the area's unique wildlife aboard an airboat from Airboat Express. The service offers daytime ecotours, sunset tours and night tours for viewing of area birds, fish, mammals and reptiles, including alligators.
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3733 Battleship Parkway, Spanish Fort, AL MoreLess Info
Visitors to the Tensaw Delta can explore the waterways with Delta Airboat Express - Private Tours. Tourists may see over 500 species of plants and 300 species of animals, including alligators and pelicans.
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19950 Hwy. 71, Summerdale, AL MoreLess Info
See the alligators up close and get a chance to hold a baby gator. In the feeding show, watch the staff feed these reptiles. You can also get the chance to feed the gators yourself.
The Battleship USS Alabama sailed for seven decades and currently is a floating museum. Exhibits include a World War II submarine, a Blackbird spy plane, Vietnam River patrol boat, and a plane like the one flown by the Tuskegee Airmen.
Besides the ship itself, which is an important part of America's military history, USS Alabama Battleship can be considered a national park, since it has a large front-yard for picnics, cars shows and the likes, while also having an avionics museum.
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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.