Mobile, Alabama, the oldest city in Alabama, was founded in 1702 as the original capital of the Louisiana Territory. Nestled on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico, few other cities can boast such a rich history and prime location. Visitors marvel at the sheer beauty of the citythe breathtaking sunsets, lush foliage, spectacular historic and modern architecture, amazing museums, diverse arts and culture, and famous seafood creations.
Mobile, Alabama's breathtaking location
on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico
Historic Re-enactment at
Mobile, Alabama's Fort Conde Village
Fort Condé is a partially reconstructed 1724-35 French fort, which protected Mobile and its citizens for nearly 100 years from 1723-1820. It was built by the French as a defense against British and Spanish attack on the strategic location of Mobile and its Bay, the eastern most part of the Louisiana colony. The military importance of Mobile and Fort Condé was huge. The fort and town protected access into the strategic lands between the Mississippi River and the Atlantic colonies along the Alabama and Tombigbee Rivers.
Admission is free.
See a Map of Fort Conde Village
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