Attractions on Alabama's Gulf Coast
There’s so much to do during a beach vacation along the Alabama Gulf Coast. The possibilities are nearly endless! Enjoy a dolphin cruise and see what nature offers in both the back bays and the Gulf of Mexico. Does fishing have you hooked? Boat rentals, Orange Beach charter fishing trips and pier fishing abound.
Is adventure your middle name? Try the Segway tours at the Gulf State Park or travel to Historic Fort Morgan and relive the early days of our nation’s history. Make time for a trip to the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo and get a first-hand look at the “Little Zoo That Could.” At the end of the day, there’s still time for a walk along the beach at sunset. Of course, you can always plan a day for just relaxing on the beach and digging your toes in the sand.
Discover a whole new definition of fun when you stay and play in Gulf Shores & Orange Beach.
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2703 Battleship Pkwy.
From the WWII Battleship USS ALABAMA to the Submarine USS DRUM and over 25 aircraft, the spirit of military pride is alive and well at Mobile’s Battleship Memorial Park.
26 Hoffren Drive
We're in our 23rd year of planning and conducting private bus trips for
Convention, Business and Social Groups of fabulous Coastal Alabama!Tours
showcasing Gulf of Mexico, Historic Mobile Bay and Tensaw Delta areas
by Historic-Nature and Whimsy tours, of four hours or more. Just for the
fun of it!
1215 Commerce Dr.
We offer breathtaking beach tours, romantic sunset flights and thrilling yet comfortable rides for adults and children of all ages. For the really adventurous, take the controls during flight lessons.
34745 State Hwy. 225
Historic Blakeley State Park encompasses over 2,100 acres of the largest National Register Historic Site in the eastern United States. Within the park's grounds are the site of the last major battle of the Civil War, including several miles of unspoiled Confederate and Union fortifications associated with the Battle of Fort Blakeley of April 9, 1865; the site and remnants of the important early Alabama town of Blakeley; colonial era homesteads, and evidence of American Indian habitation from the Archaic, Woodland, Mississippian, and Historic periods.
350 Oakleigh Place
The Historic Oakleigh House Museum is a circa 1833 country villa built by cotton factor James Roper, from Virginia. Oakleigh is a raised T-Shaped Greek Revival home and a remarkable example of historic preservation and adaptation. The home has been continuously occupied for 181 years, first as a home to five families, then by the Greek Orthodox Church and finally, by the Historic Mobile Preservation Society.
111 S. Royal St.
The History Museum of Mobile is a visual masterpiece that provides an unparalleled museum experience. Housed in the 1857 Southern Market/Old City Hall National Historic Landmark, its collection boasts more than 90,000 artifacts related to Mobile history. See real pieces of history, a cannon from the Civil War raider ship CSS Alabama and a baseball signed by Mobile legend Henry “Hank” Aaron.
The museum features permanent exhibits that explore Mobile’s history from colonization to present, themed exhibits highlighting Mardi Gras, shipbuilding and daily life in Mobile Bay. It also features special exhibits that are rotated periodically.
4009 Orange Beach Blvd.
Gulf State Park’s Hugh S. Branyon Back Country Trail Complex consists of 15 trails among six distinct ecosystems that make up more than 25 miles of paved trails within the 6180 acres of land inside the park and connects both of the cities of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.
23460 Wolf Bay Dr.
Graham Creek Nature Preserve is a 500 acre nature park offering passive recreation and educational programs. An Interpretive Center is open 10-4 M-F and 10-2 on Saturday.
- Handicap accessible boardwalk and tree grove
- Multiple trails for walking, hiking, dog walking and bird watching
- Kayak Launch
- 3 Disc Golf Courses
- Archery Park
- Playground, Restrooms and Pavilion
- Pine savanna habitat features wild flowers and pitcher plants
2881 S. Juniper St.
We offer 24 Brunswick lanes, an adult pool table room, 2,500-square foot arcade, multilevel laser tag arena, full-service seafood restaurant, snack bar and the best birthday parties around.
225 E. 24th Ave.
The Gulf Coast Arts Alliance is composed of many members whose purpose is to expand the arts in Gulf Shores and Coastal Alabama. The GCAA Art Gallery is located at 225 E 24th Ave. in Gulf Shores, Al., and features the works of more than 50 local and regional artists. The GCAA also has Art Markets, which allow artists to show and sell their original work. GCAA also presents the annual Ballyhoo Festival the first Saturday in March, a fine arts festival with emphasis on cultural exchange.
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