MODA Free electric trolley that serves downtown with 22 stops, available Monday through Friday from 7am - 6pm.
The Wave Transit System is Mobile's public bus service. The frequency is not the best, generally one bus per hour but the buses run on time and are reliable. They can even carry a bicycle on a rack at the front of the bus and there is no charge for bicycles. The fares are $1.25 one way or $3.00 for an all day ticket. Routes and timetables are available online or at the GM&O Transportation Centre.
Historic Fort Conde, 150 South Royal Street; ; Recreation of a fort built in 1723. Admission is free.
Bellingrath Gardens, 12401 Bellingrath Gardens Rd. in Theodore, Alabama.; ; Sixty-Five acre Garden Estate open year around since 1934. Includes the 2004 Top Public Rose Garden in the United States. Admission rates vary, and some packages include a river cruise and guided tour of the Bellingrath Museum Home.
Battleship Memorial Park, 2703 Battleship Parkway; ; Tour the WWII battleship USS Alabama and the WWII submarine the USS Drum. Also features a large collection of aircraft and other military hardware. Admission: Age 12 & up: $15.00, Ages 6-11: $6.00, and under age 6: Free.
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Dauphin, 36602 Mobile. Is a masterpiece of neo classical architecture from 1835. The church is the only southern church which could be called a small basilica.
Bragg-Mitchell Mansion, 1906 Spring Hill Avenuel; ; Hours Tuesday-Friday 10:00-16:00; The Bragg-Mitchell Mansion is a combination of neoclassical and Italian architecture. The house is furnished with antiques and curtains. Admission: Adults $5.00 Seniors $4.50 Students/Children $3.00 Children under 6 Jahre free.
Ladd-Peebles Stadium, 1621 Virginia Street; ; This 40,000 seat stadium hosts college football games such as the GMAC Bowl  in mid-December and the Senior Bowl  in late-January.
Mobile BayBears, 755 Bolling Bros. Blvd; ; This baseball team is an AA Affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Their ballpark, Hank Aaron Stadium, is named for the baseball great who is from Mobile.
Mobile Greyhound Park, Old Pascagoula Rd. Theodore, AL 36582; ; Weekly Greyhound dog racing. Free admission, $2 valet. Dress code.
Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center, 65 Government St.; ; Regional science center with exibits for all ages. Includes the only Domed IMAX Theater on the Gulf Coast.
Celebrate Mardi Gras, ; The original home of Mardi Gras in the United States, Mobile, has been celebrating it since 1703. The streets of historic downtown are filled with floats, marching bands, and parades for weeks. Mardi Gras must be experienced to be fully understood and Mobile is the perfect place.
Go on a Walking Tour, ; Historic downtown Mobile can easily be explored by foot. See the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and Scottish Rite Temple, rest under the shade trees in Bienville Square, watch the ships on the Mobile River from Cooper Riverside Park, and grab a bite to eat on Dauphin Street.
Take a Cruise, ; Carnival Cruise Line operates their Fun Ship "Holiday" from the port of Mobile. Four and five day Western Caribbean cruises.
La Pizzeria (La Pizzeria), 1455 1/2 Monroe (La Pizzeria is located in midtown Historic Leinkauf District, directly behind the main building for Leinkauf Elementary School.), ☎ 251.473.5003, . Mobile's casually elegant dining experience! Gourmet pizzas, specialty pastas, veal, steaks, and the freshest seafood available on the Gulf Coast!edit
Grand Central, 256 Dauphin St. Downtown bar opened in 1903. Live music on weekends.
Jerusalem Cafe, 4715 Airport Boulevard (Behind Applebee's in the Regency Square Shopping Center on Airport Boulevard (between Hillcrest and University)), ☎ (251) 304-1155, . Wide selection of vegetarian dishes and middle eastern food. Quiet.edit
Hilton Garden Inn Mobile West I-65 Airport/Blvd (Hilton Garden Inn Mobile West Mobile, AL), 828 W. I-65 Service Road South, Mobile, AL, 36609USA (From I-65 Exit #3 Airport Boulevard West. At Second light turn left onto the I-65 Service Road. Follow service road around curve and Hotel is on your right. From Mobile Regional Airport: Turn LEFT onto AIRPORT BLVD/CR-56 E. Merge onto WEST I-65 SERVICE RD SOUTH just past Olive Garden. Hotel is on right side of road at the intersection of Western-American Circle. From Mobile Downtown Airport: Head SW toward Flave Pierce Road, turn left at Flave Pierce Road. Turn left onto Airport Blvd. Left onto W I65 Service Rd S.), ☎ 1-251-544-6000, . checkin: 3:00 pm; checkout: 12:00 pm. Located off I-65 in Mobile Alabama, eight miles from Mobile Regional Airport and downtown. Hotel offers the following: 101 guest rooms with accessible rooms, Great American Grill (serves breakfast and dinner), Complimentary WiFi, & 24-hour Business Center. Hotel guests enjoy onsite amenities like fully-equipped business center with complimentary Wi-Fi, fitness center, restaurant and a convenient location in Mobile, AL.$89 +. edit
Dauphin Island,  Hwy 193, 23 miles south of Mobile. Sandy beaches, Historic Fort Gaines, fishing pier, campground, bird-watching sites, the Dauphin Island Sea Lab and Estuarium, and the Isle Dauphine Golf Club are all on the island.
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