Access Mobile attractions with ease

Whether you head south to Mobile or stay close to the Country Inn & Suites in Saraland, you won't have to look far to find interesting things to do. Take your kids to interact with hands-on exhibits at the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center, or spend a quiet afternoon strolling on the pathways at Mobile Botanical Gardens. If you enjoy educational tours, explore 13,000 square feet of antebellum beauty at Bragg-Mitchell Mansion or a catch a glimpse of colonial life with a walk through Fort Condé.
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The Fort of Colonial Mobile

8.83 mi / 14.22 km from the hotel
Named Fort Condé, Fort Charlotte and Fuerta Carlota at various points in its history, this fort was originally constructed by the French in 1723 to protect the city of Mobile from British and Spanish forces. Rebuilt in 1976, the fort now welcomes visitors to browse historic Native American and European artifacts.

Bragg-Mitchell Mansion

7.87 mi / 12.66 km from the hotel
Built in 1855, this historic home spans 13,000 square feet and features Greek Revival architecture. Take a tour or attend a special event at the mansion.

Copeland-Cox Tennis Center

7.65 mi / 12.31 km from the hotel
Grab your racket and head to the Mobile Tennis Center for a recreational match, or check the tournament schedule and watch some of the area's top competitors in action.

Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center

8.77 mi / 14.11 km from the hotel
Kids of all ages enjoy exploring more than 150 interactive and educational exhibits at this museum with three permanent galleries. Strum a harp at the Hands on Hall gallery, or check your blood pressure at My BodyWorks gallery.

Mobile Botanical Gardens

8.08 mi / 13.01 km from the hotel
Connect with nature at this popular attraction spanning 100 acres. The garden's most popular features include the Rhododendron Garden, the Japanese Maple Garden and the Herb Garden.

Mobile Carnival Museum

8.75 mi / 14.08 km from the hotel
Browse exhibits that spotlight Mobile's heritage as the birthplace of Mardi Gras by focusing on costume design, float construction and carnival history.