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About Mobile

Mobile, Alabama delivers when it comes to southern hospitality and festive spirits all around. The city boasts a diverse mixture of cultures, flavours and histories that natives to the area celebrate whenever they can get the chance. A coastal town with 300+ years of history to share, Mobile is sometimes considered the “Paris of the South,” a cultural centre for those visiting the Gulf Coast. There is so much to see and explore in Mobile when it comes to arts and culture, restaurants and traditions.

General Weather

Like most southern cities, Mobile tends to have warm temperatures many months out of the year. The city experiences a significant amount of cloud coverage and rain throughout the year, but visitors can expect high temperatures of around 85 degrees Fahrenheit and the lowest temperature at just about 50 degrees Fahrenheit. If you’re wanting to be out and about around Mobile to enjoy warmer weather, visit the city between April and May or September and October.

Airport Information

With a mission of connecting the Gulf Coast to the world, Mobile Regional Airport has a variety of amenities available to travellers and visitors. The airport is serviced by big name, trusted airlines such as American Airlines, Delta and United, and sees quite a bit of traffic between major U.S. cities, including Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas and select Canadian cities. Free WiFi is available to guests in the airport alongside a charging bar, where guests can relax and make sure their technology is ready to go for their next flight. Getting from the airport to downtown Mobile is easy – by car, it’s a 30 minute drive! That gives you plenty of time to get your Mobile adventure started.

Things to Do

If you plan on visiting in March, you will be able to witness a Mobile Mardi Gras! Mobile is the birthplace of America’s Mardi Gras tradition, which was established in Mobile way back in 1703. There is even a museum dedicated to preserving the story of Mobile Mardi Gras, the Mobile Carnival Museum – the city is proud of this celebratory staple! Colourful parades and decorations are around every corner during a Mobile Mardi Gras, and it’s a family-friendly tradition for anyone visiting Mobile in March.

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Every month in Mobile, art enthusiasts can witness the vibrant visual and performing arts communities with the LoDA ArtWalk. Named after the Lower Dauphin (LoDa) Arts District, this free event happens on the second Friday of every month from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. The streets that form the LoDa area are shut down so people can walk the streets and interact with street vendors and enjoy the district by foot. 

While strolling through the lovely Logan Park in Mobile, you will find the Mobile Museum of Art. The museum holds over 10,000 pieces of art with multiple permanent collections and a robust calendar of exhibitions throughout the year. Browse galleries dedicated to Native American arts, artifacts and culture, African art and contemporary American arts and crafts.

With a city like Mobile, you don’t want to waste any time – getting to planning out your bucket list is exciting! To ensure you don’t miss out of the best travel packages to Mobile, utilize Trip Support’s Book Now Pay Later service. Instead of paying for the entirety of your trip up front, you can put down a deposit to secure your trip, no credit check necessary. It’s that easy. Visit our website to learn more about our Book Now Pay Later service for early booking savings and advanced vacancy at select Mobile hotels, restaurants and more.

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