Bellingrath Gardens and Home offers educational, self-guided workshops that K-5 student groups can use to lead themselves through the Gardens in a self-guided tour.
The History Museum of Mobile operates thel Fort. The original Fort Condé was built in 1723 by French explorers. Under various colonial powers, it went by different names. Tours are available.
The Environmental Studies Center on 500 acres is a natural sciences education facility providing an opportunity to experience firsthand the natural environment.
Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center offers hands-on activities, lab experiences & IMAX films. Also offers overnight science behind-the-scene education and fun.
GulfQuest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico has 90 interactive maritime museum dedicated to maritime heritage and culture of the Gulf of Mexico.
Historic Oakleigh offers a program with a variety of selected topics. Tours can focus on Alabama History, the Civil War, Historic Ways of Life, Architecture, and more!
The History Museum of Mobile has 117,000 objects that weave together the diverse and turbulent histories of Mobile, from the prehistoric past to the present. Also has Virtual Field Trips.
Mobile Botanical Gardens provides experiences that help visitors appreciate the unique Gulf Coast environment. The Gardens serve as a living classroom for visitors.
The Mobile Carnival Museum chronicles over 300 years of Carnival and Mardi Gras in Mobile, Alabama. Discover the art of costume design, float construction& more.