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Enjoy a Wedding Reception, Birthday Party or Corporate Event in Mobile with a Charter Bus

Discover the Multiple Layers of Culture in Mobile with a Fun Mardi Gras Experience

Mobile is one of the most diverse cities in Alabama and it has to do with the fact that the land was not just settled by local Native Americans, but also a few European settlers. In fact, the city was first named Fort Louis de la Louisiane in 1702, being the first French colony of Louisiana founded by French Canadians Pierre and  Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne. The settlement was followed by Britain and Spain. The early period coincides with the arrival of the very first batch of African slaves. Home to one of the most convenient ports in this part of the country has its benefits - the city thrived on its cotton and slave trades and the city attracted merchants and businesses from the North and went on to become the 4th largest city of the Confederate States of America. During the country’s Civil War, the Battle of Mobile Bay saw the winning of the Union soldiers and Robert E. Lee’s surrender. Today, visitors enjoy quite a number of historic sites in downtown Mobile and it includes Ashland Place, Church Street East, Leinkauf, Lower Dauphin Street, Midtown and Oakleigh Garden, just to name a few. Port of Mobile is the only saltwater port in the state of Alabama and had a key role to the state’s economy as it served as a trading point between the French and Native Americans. Because of its rich history, visitors can expect wonderful festivals, a large number of restaurants, art attractions and museums. It is known as the place of birth of the country’s Mardi Gras which was introduced in the 18th century by the very first French Catholic colonial settlers. So, if you are in town during the festival, we are sure it is going to be a fun eye-opener. You should also make time for a trip to Mobile Botanical Garden, Longleaf Pine Habitat, and a long list of antebellum architectural buildings in the form of Greek Revival, Italianate, Creole Cottage and Victorian style mansions and buildings located throughout its city center and restored historic districts.

Many of the above-mentioned historic attractions, beautiful gardens and iconic sites are used for fun events, be it a personal or a corporate one. It can be a wedding, a birthday party, anniversary celebration, company event, fundraising dinner or a promotional campaign and we, US Coachways, is one of the largest and most experienced charter bus rental companies in the United States. We cater to most major cities in the country, including historic Mobile, AL. So, if you are looking around for a reliable charter bus, mini bus, school bus, coach, party bus, corporate car or a hard-to-find luxury vehicle for your events in Mobile, give us a call right now to find out more about our affordable professional bus rental services today!

You will Not be Disappointed with Mobile’s Top Historic Homes and Beautiful Gardens

There are lush gardens filled with local flora and fauna, art galleries with an inspiring number of artwork and historic points of interest like iconic landmarks and beautiful bay in Mobile. Read on below the suggestions and ideas compiled by our fun-loving and adventurous travel writers and start filling up your travel itinerary for your trip to Mobile, AL.

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  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks —  The Gulf Exploreum Science Center is a popular attraction for families with young children; it features more than 50 entertaining and educational hands-on exhibits and to make the deal even sweeter, kids will get to enjoy a theater with educational documentaries in between their play times. Kangaroos Family Fun Center in Spanish Fort is a 23,000 square foot family-friendly entertainment center with bounce houses, slides, challenging obstacle courses, cafe and party venues and you can also have a full day of fun at Gulf Adventure Center at Gulf State Park. There’s 14 acres worth of land with amenities for swimming, water sports, kayaking, paddleboarding, zip-lining and picnics. For something indoors, why not bring the charter bus to Eastern Shore Lanes for a bowling night-out, laser tag, a few rounds of pool or head over to their arcade or you can check out the latest movies showing at the modern and chic Crescent Theater in downtown Mobile.

  • Art & Culture — Mobile’s Mardi Gras festival is the oldest in the country; from Mobile, it spread to other parts of the country and the rest of the world. So, if you love these fun events, be sure to bring yourself to the Mardi Gras where there are marching bands, parade of cars and colorful balloons lining up the streets of downtown Mobile. There are also seven permanent exhibits from all around the world at Mobile Museum of Art in downtown Mobile and if you enjoy LIVE performances, there’s lots of fun acts to catch at Saenger Theater Mobile; it plays host to events and concerts that range from rock and roll to musicals so, there’s something for people of all ages at these attractions.

  • Restaurant & Shopping — Mobile’s downtown city center is filled to the brim with fun art galleries, restaurants offering exotic cuisines, dinner theaters and charming shopping outlets like Bienville Books. The latter carries used books with local connection so, there’s lots of learn about the city of Mobile from some of these books. Dauphin Street is one of the sites recorded in the National Register of Historic Places but a walk through the street will take you from retail outlets, boutiques, quaint diners, museums and there are plenty of things to do when you are walking around this historic district.

  • Golf & Sports — Magnolia Grove Golf Course have received attention and praise from many authorities and publications over the years that it has been around and it includes great reviews and ranking from Golf World Magazine. It was included in the top 50 public golf courses and caters to professional championships. Hank Aaron Stadiums is home to local minor league baseball team, Bay Bears, and whenever there is a game on, the atmosphere is electrifying and fun. Mobile Civic Center, measuring up to 400,000 square foot, is one of the most used venues for Mobile events. There are trade shows, LIVE performances, theater, sporting events, exhibitions, conferences and business meetings held at this attraction all year round.

  • Historical Sites & Landmarks — Being in one of Alabama’s most historical cities, visiting the city’s top museums and historical homes is a must but first, bring the charter bus to Battleship USS Alabama which has been turned into a fun floating museum. The battleship sailed for more than seven decades and after being retired, it houses exhibits about World War II submarine, Blackbird spy plane, Vietnam River patrol boat and an aircraft by Tuskegee Airmen. The Mobile Carnival Museum is a totally unique attraction simply because you can’t find artifacts, costumes, crowns and other memorabilia left over from the annual affair anywhere else in the country and you should check out the five permanent and touring exhibits at Museum of Mobile; here, visitors will get an inside look into hundreds of years of the city’s history. Have a special event coming up? There’s lots of space in the museum for it! You should also make your way to Richards-DAR House Museum along North Joachim Street which was the former home of Charles and Caroline Richards in the 1860s; this Italianate style building is also used for various types of festivals, events and private gatherings. The Bragg-Mitchell Mansion is a 13,000 square foot Greek Revival style mansion built in 1855 for Judge John Bragg and the Conde-Charlotte Museum House was built for Jonathan and Elizabeth Kirkbride. The homes were restored and today, preserves period antique furniture from a whole different era. The guided tour handled by costumed guides around Oakleigh House is not just educational, it is also incredibly fun for people of all ages. History lovers should not miss the chance to check out the partially reconstructed French fort, Fort Conde Museum,  which was built in 1724; today, there’s also a welcome center with lots of useful information and tips for guests and with the help of a charter bus, cruise your way through the exceptionally beautiful Church Street Historic District. Here, you can feast your eyes on and take photos of many historic buildings which were primarily built in the early 1820s and 1900s and their style range from Federal to Greek and Italianate to Victorian.

  • Parks & Outdoor Activities — When the touring and traveling is tiring you and your group out, it makes perfect sense to stop by a local green lung or a spacious park where you get to relax, go walking or just people-watch as residents go about their daily activities. Mobile Botanical Garden has been around since 1974 and it continually works to preserve Alabama’s native plants, flora, fauna and woodlands. You will get to enjoy the Shropshire Nature Trail, The Founders’ Fragrance and Texture Garden and learn more about the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem at the gardens. You can also play ball, go walking or enjoy a disc golf at Cottage Hill Park, a sprawling neighborhood park, or bring the kids out for a fun field trip at Historic Magee Farm where people will get to learn about the inner workings of a farm and also explore artifacts from the Civil War. Visitors should head out for some baseball or softball at large community parks like Medal of Honor Park, fishing for bass, bluegill or catfish at Chickasabogue Park Alabama, or hop on an airboat for a tour around some of Alabama’s most scenic natural spots with Airboat Express. Look out for fishes, birds and the occasional alligator and reptiles. When the weather is right, take a sunset cruise, combination tour packages as guides from Delta Safaris take you around an ecologically-friendly swamp but for the less adventurous, there’s still camping, fishing, hiking and boating or shopping along the boardwalk of Meaher State Park.

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One of the best things about using a reliable and professional bus rental company like US Coachways is that we have a large database of charter buses, coaches, party buses, mini buses and school buses available and even if you need a bus immediately, they are almost always ready to roll out for your event in Mobile, AL! Contact Us today to find out more about our bus rental services from our friendly and efficient customer service representatives.


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