Conde-Charlotte Museum House
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Conde-Charlotte Museum House

Near the banks of the Mobile River, the Condé-Charlotte Museum began its life in 1822 as Mobile’s first courthouse and jail, eventually becoming the beloved home of the Kirkbride family. It now stands as a historic house museum, full of antiques and period furnishings, which reflect Mobile’s history under five flags: French, English, Spanish, Confederate and American. Let our guides lead you through the area’s complex history under its various European sovereigns, its entry into the American territory, and its position as a Confederate city under Union siege during the Civil War. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Condé-Charlotte Museum is owned, preserved and operated by the National Society of Colonial Dames in America in the State of Alabama.

104 Theatre Street, Mobile, AL 36602, USA Mobile, AL 36602
251 432-4722
Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 3:30pm
This experience may be open for on-site visitation; however, offerings and/or operating procedures may have changed due to COVID-19. Please verify details before you go and visit the COVID-19 Resources page for more information.
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$10 Adults, $5 children 6-12, free children 5 and younger
Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 3:30pm

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