10 Things To Do In Mobile In November 2015

Greater Gulf State Fair


When: October 30- November 8

Where: The Grounds

Wells Fargo Senior Bowl Charity Run

Senior Bowl Charity Run

When: November 7

Where: Downtown Mobile

Mobile Ballet Presents Snow White

Snow white Ballet

When: November 7 & 8

Where: Mobile Civic Center

Bellingrath Gardens and Home’s Cascading Mum Display

Bellingrath Mum Display

When: November 7-21

Where: Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Downtown Mobile Fall Market on the Square

Market on the Square 4

When: November 7, 14 & 21.

Where: Cathedral Square

Veterans Day Celebration at USS ALABAMA

USS Battleship

When: November 11

Where: USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial Parkway

Christmas Jubilee Holiday Market

Christmas Jubilee

When: November 11-14

Where: Mobile Convention Center

Riverside Ice Presented by Airbus Group

Sister ice skating

When: Starting November 14 and will be open until January 2

Where: Cooper Riverside Park

Lighting of the Christmas Tree


When: November 20

Where: Bienville Square

Mobile International Festival

Mobile International Festival

When: November 21

Where: Mobile Civic Center

Visit Mobile Has Something To Celebrate!

In a two-part repositioning effort, The Mobile Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau (MBCVB)- the official tourism and convention marketing organization for the City, County and the Mobile area hospitality industry – announces today a name change and the launch of a new brand.

We are now doing business as:


Mobile has a spirited, soulful sense of hospitality and BORN TO CELEBRATE is a vow that Mobile can truthfully make and one that offers a strong appeal to travelers’ desire to have fun while on vacation. BORN TO CELEBRATE promises emotional well-being:  it promises a state of joy, exuberance and vitality.  Everything that is #SoMobile.

Because the promise of celebration is one that is true and authentic to the Mobile experience — we are after all, the birthplace of Mardi Gras – BORN TO CELEBRATE, echoes the approach Mobilians take to life and hospitality.  The color burst visually represents an exuberant, celebratory feeling and while it can mean different things to different people, there’s no question that something joyful is occurring in Mobile.


Stay tuned for more details.

We just started celebrating and we want you to join us!

Pumpkins, Corn Mazes and Fields of Fright!

Let’s talk about our love of fall for a second.  The cooler temperatures, the outdoorsy spirit and of course, ALL THE PUMPKINS! Here are two of our favorite places to go if you’re looking to have some fall fun with the entire family!

Seward Farms Corn Maze & Family Fun


The pumpkin barn is officially open!

  • Challenging Corn Maze
  • Pig Races
  • Hayrides and Cow Train
  • Giant Jumping Pillow
  • Tube Slide and Corn Cannon
  • Farm Animals & Goat Walk
  • Field of Fright
  • Pony Rides & More

Pumpkin Patch Express & Scary Night Train

Scary Slide Wales West

All aboard the Wales West Express!

  • Authentic Steam Train ride to the Haunted Barn
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Pumpkin Decorating
  • Miniature Train Ride
  • Hay Ride
  • Children’s Inflatables

Trailing Mobile

In Mobile, Fall usually means we’re ready to strap on our tennis shoes and embrace the outdoors! From trails on land to trails at sea, Mobile can spark the inner outdoorsman in all of us!

Dr. Glenn Sebastian Nature Trails

glenn sebastian nature trail

For over 30 years, nature fanatics have flocked to the University of South Alabama campus to enjoy the beautiful sites along the Glenn Sebastian Nature Trails. These trails offer hikers and bikers a convenient way to experience the outdoors. Located in the heart of Mobile, these woods are a pocket of wildlife in our busy bustling city. The trail offers several different winding and marked paths all ranging around one to three miles in distance!

Visit the University of South Alabama Glenn Sebastian Trails

The Eastern Shore Trail

easter shore trail map

Stretching over 32 miles across the Mobile Bay, the Eastern Shore trail crosses paths with some of the best highlights in the area. The trail begins at the USS ALABAMA, past the Five Rivers Delta Resource Center and then takes you as far as the Eastern Shore. Whether hiking or biking, visitors can indulge in Mobile’s rich history and get a taste of the city’s surroundings.

Visit the Eastern Shore Trail

Mobile-Tensaw Delta Paddle Trail

full moon paddle

From a kayak or canoe, one can enjoy the breeze from the water and view some of the gorgeous backdrops this region has to offer without the distraction of loud motors and blaring radios. Leave the compass at home, because Mobile County ornamented the trail with clear signage to make your trip even better.  Mobile’s Delta Safaris offers guided tours and rentals to visitors.

Visit Delta Safaris


By Ayla Oden