Conde-Charlotte House and Museum

January 13, 2023 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm
Jan 13th
10am, 11:30am, OR 1:30pm
$5 per person, 5 and under are FREE
104 Theatre St, Mobile, AL, United States, 36602
*I have a 30 person er time slot limit!
The Condé-Charlotte Museum and its collections are used as tools to educate the public about local, regional, and national history. Docents are committed to imparting its history to visitors, offering tours which last between one and two hours. The first level of the museum features four rooms, each with a unique display representing a distinct portion of Mobile History:
• A British Commandant’s room reflecting Mobile under British rule (the early 1760s through the early 1780s)
• An American Federal dining room representing the early 1800s
• Two Confederate parlors representing the antebellum period in Mobile. An opening in one room’s wooden floor offers visitors a glimpse of a two-foot-thick brick floor dating from the 1820s, when the structure was Mobile’s first jail.
The second floor presents a French sitting room and bedroom representing the early 1700s, and two American bedrooms from the mid-1800s when Jonathan Kirkbride’s family first made it their home. A walled Spanish garden of late 18th century design and a kitchen filled with late 19th and early 20th century equipment complement the house.
PAYPAL CHANGES: PayPal is no longer taking friend/family payments through business accts so there is a NEW paypal address to use! You can use or the clicky link below! Please MAKE SURE you see the step that says BUSINESS or FRIEND
**Put in the comments WHO and WHAT you are paying for! (With so many people having different names on their PayPal I need names to match it up and to know what it is for)
Deadline for Payment: Jan 9th

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