Museums, galleries, and national parks are the hallmark of any good vacation, and some remarkable options are sprinkled all across the south. From the Louisville Slugger Museum honoring America’s

When Is Mardi Gras 2024? | Southern Living

Thursday, November 2, 2023 10:00 AM by Tara Massouleh McCay

The South unequivocally owns Mardi Gras. Between our over-the-top festivities in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Mobile, Alabama, everyone knows that if you want to properly celebrate Fat Tuesday, it’s

This New Museum Honors the 110 People on Board

The Clotilda, the last known U.S. slave ship, arrived in Mobile, Alabama, in 1860 with 110 enslaved people. Travel journalist Natalie Preddie visits and

Mobile Bay Sculpture Garden and Oyster Trail

Mobile, AL

Tucked away in the upper reaches of Mobile Bay, The Azalea City has not one, but two outdoor art installations, each unique in its own way.


When planning your next trip to Mobile, Alabama, make sure to make time to visit “Clotilda: The Exhibition.”

The exhibition tells the story of the planning and execution of the last known illegal

A remarkable legacy is explained in Mobile, Alabama.

Clotilda: The Exhibition opened on July 8 in Africatown in Mobile, Alabama. This exhibit, showcased inside the newly constructed Africatown

At the Africatown Heritage House in Mobile, Alabama, a new exhibition tells fresh stories about the African American experience.

In the summer of 1860, America’s last known slave ship smuggled 110

We may be in the midst of prime summertime, and there’s still fall and the whole holiday season ahead, but we’re getting ready and counting the days to one of the most exciting cultural events in the

We love when public relations companies do a roundup of their clients. This month, in honor of it being National Ice Cream Month, Mindy Bianca Public Relations has collected some fine Southern ice

21 of Our Favorite Thanksgiving Getaways 2023 | HGTV

Thursday, September 7, 2023 12:00 AM by Lynn Coulter

Take a Family Getaway to Mobile, Alabama

Don't skip Thanksgiving with Grandma. Take her with you to Mobile, where there's something for everyone, from green spaces to rooftop restaurants to the