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Saenger Theatre Performing Arts Center - Built in 1927. The center hosts national and international performers, Broadway musicals, orchestras and more.

Waterville - The ultimate in family fun, is a 20 acre Water Park and Amusement Park located in the beach resort community of Gulf Shores.

Bragg-Mitchell Mansion - Surrounded by a grove of stately live oaks, the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion is one of the Gulf Coast's grandest Antebellum Mansions. When it was built in 1855 by Judge John Bragg, the home was the center of the lively social life of the cotton port of Mobile. Today the mansion is the most photographed building in Mobile and offers a rare glimpse life as it was lived in the Old South.

Dauphin Island Sea Lab - Alabama's marine education and research center. Visual displays and interactive exhibits offer engaging educational experiences for all ages.

Mobile Museum of Art - There are more than 6,000 works of art spanning two thousand years of cultural history in the permanent collection of the Mobile Museum of Art. The highlights of the collection include American art of the 1930's and 1940's, 20th century works by Southern artists, art of the French Barbizon school, contemporary American crafts, and American art of the late 19th century.

Mobile Carnival Museum - Immerse yourself in the rich history and traditions of carnival! Here you can see firsthand the intricate designs and artistry of majestic crowns, scepters and robes of Mardi Gras monarchs and discover the art of costume design and float construction.

Hank Williams Boyhood Home & Museum - When you visit Hank Williams' Boyhood Home & Museum you'll see the surroundings that influenced country music's greatest legend.

Dauphin Island Park & Beach Board - Features a beach, historic Fort Gaines, the Audubon Bird Sanctuary, Dauphin Island Pier, Cadillac Square and more.

Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Charters - Alabama's Premier Saltwater Charter Boat Booking Agency and Charter Fleet located in Orange Beach in the northern Gulf of Mexico. There's no question who to go fishing with while on vacation in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.

Bellingrath Gardens & Home - Bellingrath Gardens and Home offers 65 landscaped acres. Visitors can also tour the Bellingrath Museum Home or explore Ecological Bayou Boardwalk.

Mobile Theatre Guild - Proud members of the Mobile Arts Council, the Alabama Conference of Theatre and Speech, the Southeastern Theatre Conference, and the American Association of Community Theatres. You can be sure you will be getting the best in Alabama theatre here!

Adventure Island - Offers two 18-hole adventure-style mini-golf courses, go-karts, laser tag, large family arcade, paddle boats, snack bar, virtual reality roller coaster and race car, kiddie rides, remote-controlled boats and much more.

USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial Park - At Mobileís Battleship Memorial Park, you donít have to look very far to find heroes. From the mighty USS ALABAMA to the Submarine USS DRUM and 23 combat aircraft, the spirit of military pride is alive and well. Voyage through time and revisit an era of adventure and bravery as you tour the many exhibits.

Marietta Johnson Museum - Dedicated to one of its most remarkable citizens, the revolutionary educator who founded her school here in 1907. The museum offers books, literature, artifacts, photos and videotapes pertaining to progressive philosophy of Marietta Johnson's School of Organic Education.

Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center - The Exploreum is an exceptional regional science center for adventurers of all ages. Interactive science exhibits and big screen films provide everyone an entertaining outing for the mind.

Conde-Charlotte Museum House - Located on Theatre Street adjacent to Fort Conde, was built in 1850 by Jonathan and Elizabeth Kirkbride. The house was built on the site of an 1822 jail. A two-foot thick brick floor and doors from the jail remain on the site.

Monroe County Heritage Museum - To Kill a Mockingbird, one of the world's best loved novels, is set in the beautiful town of Monroeville, where Pulitzer Prize-winning author Harper Lee grew up just a few blocks from the old courthouse. Today, thousands of Mockingbird fans come here each year in search of the novel's fictional setting of Maycomb.

Mobile Greyhound Park - In the midst of all of the screaming and cheering of the excited fans, people's minds are taken away from their daily worries during the races at Mobile Greyhound Park. They are focused on having a good time, and picking the day's big winners.

Dolphins Down Under - Head out on a search for wild dolphins aboard Glass-Bottom Catamarans. This unique tour is sure to delight riders of all ages! Come see these creatures for yourself!

Mobile Botanical Gardens - The Gardens encompass a 100-acre site of cultivated gardens, woodland trails, and a longleaf pine forest. Established in 1974 by a dedicated group of horticulturists to preserve the natural aspects of the local environment, the Gardens have grown and developed into an oasis for the community.

Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo - The zoo is tucked away just blocks from the beach and is home to more than 290 animals. Lions, tigers, bears, monkeys and macaws are just some of the creatures that inhabit this Gulf Coast oasis. There's also a petting zoo, reptile house, aviary and daily animal shows in the summer.