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During the 1700s, French colonists traveled to America with one goal in mind - to transform North America into New France. Several districts were established by the French: Quebec, Montreal, and Louisiana, to name a few. Each of these districts needed capital cities of their own. For Louisiana, Mobile was built to be that city. Founded in 1702, Mobile served as French Louisiana’s first capital until 1720. Many years later, in 1803, French Louisiana was transferred to the United States via the Louisiana Purchase. At this point, Mobile became a part of Alabama’s territory. In fact, it became the seat of Mobile County during the 1800s, and remains so to this day.
With such a rich and textured past, it’s no wonder why Mobile has become one of America’s major historic centers. The city is filled with all kinds of marvelous museums and significant historical sites. Between Mobile’s 45 public parks, botanical gardens, and mansions, guests will have plenty to see and do during their trips. In recent years, Mobile has also become popular with cruise enthusiasts. There are multiple deepwater terminals at the Port of Mobile that serve as launching points for ships like the Carnival Fantasy and the Carnival Fascination.
As of 2018, Mobile’s population has surged to around 189,572 citizens. It should come as no surprise that such a large city would also receive many visitors each year. Records indicate that around 2 million tourists visit Mobile annually. Things really get busy in the Port City around Mardi Gras; Mobile’s streets are flooded with party-goers between January and February. Luggage storage options can fill up very quickly during this period. That’s why guests should use Bounce to store their things.
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Mobile has gained many nicknames over the years. People call Mobile the “Port City” because of the armada of cruise ships, cargo vessels, and commercial boats that enter and exit the Port of Mobile each day. People also call Mobile “the Home of Mardi Gras” because French settlers purportedly held the first Mardi Gras Parade here in 1702. Lastly, Mobile is also known as the “Azalea City” after its iconic Azalea Trees. Suffice it to say that visitors will find plenty of things to do in Mobile.
Exploring museums and historical sites will probably make up the majority of your trip to Mobile. There are just too many amazing venues to visit and pieces of history to admire. Mobile also has a selection of fantastic science centers and art galleries.
Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center: Nothing like a good science center to excite young and old minds alike. The Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center isn’t a good science center; it’s a great one. This venue features state of the art exhibits and encourages visitors to get really hands-on with their learning. Guests are asked to leave their luggage behind before visiting.
History Museum of Mobile: We gave a very brief history lesson about Mobile at the start of this guide. Despite our best efforts, we could only cover so much ground. We highly recommend that travelers visit the History Museum of Mobile to learn more about the “City of Six Flags.”
USS Alabama: The USS Alabama was once a formidable South Dakota class battleship. She was built in the early 1940s and aided the Allied forces during the Battle of Okinawa. Now, “the Mighty A” rests in Mobile Alabama. Guests are encouraged to come aboard and explore this amazing vessel while they’re visiting the Port City.
Everything from antique shops to boutique stores can be found in Mobile. Mardi Gras themed products help make the Port City’s shopping scene feel that much more special. Guests can also purchase tailor-made items from Mobile’s talented craftsmen.
Bienville Souvenir & Gifts: A trip to Mobile wouldn’t be complete with a visit to this souvenir shop. Bienville Souvenir & Gifts is the best place to buy gifts for loved ones and something special to remember your trip.
Flea Market Mobile: Sometimes, you just need to grab your groceries and go. When that’s the case, you should stop by the Flea Market Mobile. Fresh produce is always on sale here. This market also prides itself on speedy service.
Mardi Gras -N- More: Mardi Gras only comes around once a year. If you want to celebrate Mobile’s biggest bash properly, you’ll want to visit Mardi Gras -N- More. This specialty shop has everything that party-goers need to get into the Mardi Gras spirit. Best of all, this store is open year-round!
Southern Food never goes out of style. A plate of pan-fried chicken, mashed potatoes, greens, and gravy is just as popular now as it was decades ago. Naturally, Mobile has a vast selection of restaurants. These establishments run the gamut from fine dining bistros to humble Mom and Pop restaurants - and everything in between.
Dauphin's: Dauphin's is a fine dining restaurant, unlike any other. This establishment has an amazing atmosphere, fantastic service, and dishes that are out of this world. Special mention goes to Dauphin's Crawfish Cakes, Spiny Lobster, and Flourless Chocolate Cake.
The Noble South: If our little blurb about pan-fried chicken caused your mouth to water, then you’ll love The Noble South. This establishment is the place to go for traditional Southern food. If you’ve never had soul food before, The Noble South is a great place to try it out.
Von's Bistro: Chef Von Larsen is the proprietor of Von’s Bistro - a fantastic restaurant that serves Asian cuisine, seafood dishes, and traditional Southern meals. Many patrons highly recommend the Drunken Noodles and the Red Curry.
How much does luggage storage cost in Mobile?
The price for luggage storage in Mobile is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Is it safe to store your bags in Mobile?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Mobile.
Are there storage lockers in Mobile?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Mobile. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Mobile where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
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