A Friday night tour with new stories of death, debauchery, and dismemberment.


    A Saturday afternoon tour of the St. Louis St. area


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  • Speakeasy Cocktail Tour

    In the 1920s, while America was banning alcohol, but here in Mobile we just kept right on drinking beer, wine, and spirits. We are the birth place of Mardi Gras, founded by French Catholics, and we are all about celebrating. This $55 downtown tour includes 3 drinks and a moonshine shot as we talk about bootleggers, moonshine, and the federal raid that brought the party to a halt.

    Masks & Moon Pies Tour

    Welcome to the birthplace of Mardi Gras in America! This fun walking tour highlights three exciting centuries of Mardi Gras in Mobile. Locals and visitors will hear about European traditions and the American Mardi Gras innovations created here. This $15 tour begins at Wet Willies and includes Bienville Square, Royal Street, and includes Mardi Gras Park.

    Automotive Alley Tour

    This tour covers highlights of the northeast section known as Automotive Alley. Along the way you’ll find out the hidden history of daily life from preachers to prostitutes, mardi gras balls to piano players. The $15 tour includes Masonic lodges, fire halls, the Bettie Hunter House, ILA Hall, and historic churches that were the center of spiritual and social life along “The Avenue.”

    Todd did a fantastic job. He knew a lot of very interesting facts and kept it fun. I am a lifelong resident of Mobile and learned a lot. Visitors to Mobile will love it.
    Ricky D. Bradford
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