Visiting Mobile


  • Mobile Museum of Art

    The newly expanded Mobile Museum of Art, gracing the lake of Langan Park, is a beautiful addition to Mobile's culture and architecture. This spectacular museum is now the largest art museum along the Gulf Coast from New Orleans to Tampa.
  • Museum of Mobile

    21st Century innovative exhibits come alive at The Museum of Mobile. Explore Mobile as the first Americans saw it. Relive the passage on an African slave ship. Listen to the stories of Civil War soldiers, and feel the power of nature's raging storm, the hurricane. Interactive kids exhibits also.
  • Mobile Arts Council

    Mobile Arts Council serves as an umbrella over the cultural community: to promote, coordinate and develop quality arts programs and, further, to create an awareness of and participation in the arts.
  • Saenger Theatre

    The historic Saenger Theatre Performing Arts Center functions as a multi-disciplinary arts center, home of the Mobile Symphony Orchestra, Alabama Lyric Theatre, the Saenger Series, the Summer Movie Series, concerts, lectures, and special events.
  • Mobile Opera

    Founded in 1946, Mobile Opera is Alabama's Oldest Performing Arts Organization and is recognized by OPERA America as the 15th opera company established in the United States.
  • Mobile Symphony

    Mobile Symphony is the premiere producer of live symphonic music in the Gulf Coast region.
  • Mobile Ballet

    Originated with the merger of two local ballet companies in 1987. Since that time, Mobile Ballet has grown and developed into a shining example of an outstanding regional dance company. Under the direction of Winthrop Corey, the company presents several productions each year to consistent critical acclaim.
  • Alabama Contemporary Art Center

    Founded in 1999, Alabama Contemporary Art Center is a non-profit arts center located on Cathedral Square in the heart of Mobile’s historic downtown district.
  • Richards DAR House Museum

    This beautiful Town House of the Italianate style tells the story of Mobile during its antebellum period.
  • The Playhouse in the Park

    The premier youth theatre in the Southeast has been training young people in theatre arts since 1961. Over the years, our program has grown to include four large productions a year; a comprehensive training program of drama, dance, vocal, piano, and scenic art classes; a traveling professional drama troupe; and an elaborate, full-scale puppet theatre. At the Playhouse-in-the-Park, there is something for everyone of all ages.
  • Mobile Medical Museum

    An extensive medical artifact and document collection located in the historic Vincent/Doan house.