Hours of Operation
History Museum of Mobile hours:
Monday - Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: 1 - 5 p.m.
Admission rates are:
Adults - $10.00
Seniors (65+) - $9.00
Active/Retired Military (w/ ID) - $9.00
Students (18+ w/ID) - $9.00
Children (13-18) - $7.50
Children (6-12) - $5.00
Children (5 and under) – FREE
Members - FREE
First Sunday of Each Month: FREE presented by Wind Creek Hospitality
Group Tour Prices
School Group Tours - $5.00 each
Adult Group Tours - $8.00 each
College students with college ID - $7.50
• We are a Blue Star Museum which gives free family admission for active duty military families from Armed Forces Day through Labor Day.
• We offer 50% off to members of AAM, AASLH, and AMA.
• We offer free admission to SEMC members (with the exception of Mobile Museum of Art members.)
The History Museum of Mobile is conveniently located in historic downtown Mobile at 111 South Royals Street. The Museum is within walking distance from the Mobile Convention Center, several hotels, a variety of restaurants and the Fort Condé Welcome Center. Traveling on I-10 East or I-10 West, exit Water Street/Downtown, Exit 26B. Turn left at the first traffic light onto Government Street. Turn left at the next traffic light onto S. Royal Street. The History Museum of Mobile is on the left.
111 South Royal Street
Mobile, Alabama 36602
Two-hour street parking or paid lot parking is available in the immediate area. Parking lots include NW corner of Government & Royal Streets, the SW corner of Church and Royal and the parking garage at the Riverview Hotel on N. Royal Street. Unloading area is available directly in front of the museum for passenger cars and buses. Complimentary bus parking is available nearby.
For more travel information, call the Mobile Area Convention and Visitors Bureau 1-800-5-MOBILE (1-800-566-2453) or visit mobile.org
The History Museum of Mobile welcomes your service animal as defined by Title II and Title III of the ADA. A service animal means any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability. Tasks performed can include, among other things, pulling a wheelchair, retrieving dropped items, alerting a person to a sound, reminding a person to take medication, or pressing an elevator button. Emotional support animals, comfort animals, and therapy dogs are not service animals under Title II and Title III of the ADA. For more information about the ADA, visit ada.gov