Oct 31 - Nov 3, 1999
Things To See & Do
Nicholas and Alexandra: The Last Imperial Family of Tsarist Russia
Incredible wealth. Intrigue. Passion. Murder. The unbelievable but true story of this ruler of Russia and his family. Explore a series of 15 galleries, each detailed to recreate the essence of the era, where over 700 treasures stand as testimony to this pivotal moment in time. Mobile Civic Center Grand Exhibition Hall. Admission Charged. Ticket must be purchased for a specific date and entry time. Call 1-888-395-0005.
Adams Mark Hotel
The Adams Mark Hotel, located on Mobile Bay, is one of Mobile's largest hotels and is the Conference headquarters for SESUG'99 .
Mobile Convention & Visitors Corporation
Mobile "Southern Hospitality", History & Culture, Weather, Attractions, Restaurants, and Shopping.
Bellingrath Gardens & Home
No visit to Mobile would be complete until you visit the Bellingrath Gardens & Home. This Home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Gulf Coast Exploreum and IMAX Dome
The Exploreum provides a hands-on learning experience for young and old, alike. Located next door to the Adam's Mark, you will find a scientific playground, 65,000 square feet of interactive science exhibits, traveling exhibits from around the world and a spectacular IMAX Dome theatre. This $20 million state-of-the-art science centre is a "must see" when visiting the gulf coast.
Gulf Coast Casinos
Tourists can now enjoy casinos offering gaming comparable to Las Vegas and Atlantic City.The Gulf Coast casinos also offer high limits and liberal rules, like many counterparts in other areas of the country, but with the unmistakable Southern charm that is sure to please even the most serious players.
Surf 'N' Sand
Experience the white sandy beaches of the Gulf Coast. This part of the country is surrounded by beautiful inland waterways and bays. Its tranquil beauty, mild climate, and family oriented life style make it truly a remarkable place to visit.
Mobile Steamship Company / Cotton Blossom
Enjoy the sights and sounds of Mobile Harbor on a one hour narrated cruise aboard an authentic sternwheeler riverboat. The Cotton Blossom is one of only four boats in the nation to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Concessions and beverages are available for purchase.