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Our guided walking tours are the latest fun, informative, and healthy way to experience Mobile. Hear the stories and legends of Mobile’s past as you walk with your own professional guide through our 315-year-old city.

Why a Guided Walking Tour?

Walking tours are a smart, fun, and healthy way way to get off the beaten path and into fun! Discover the stories that are often hiding right in plain sight on a Secret HIstory walking tour. Meet up with friends, see the sights, and take photos to share later. See why Secret History guests consistently give our tours 5-star ratings.

Three Centuries Tour

See Mobile’s past through historic photos on this tour of the East end of downtown. You’ll see engravings of Native Americans from 1760, a map of Spanish Mobile from 1815, the disastrous Magazine Explosion of 1865, workers building the Bankhead Tunnel in the 1940s, and the Seanger Theater’s “colored” entrance in the 1950s.

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Local Color Tour

This sampler tour includes the story of a haunted tree, two historic fire halls that each contributed to Mobile’s Mardi Gras traditions, a church formed by slaves whose members still raises their voices in prayer and praise 180 years later, and street murals that decorate nineteenth century buildings.

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“I’m passionate about Mobile’s unique history, and enjoy sharing it with my gusts. From colonial ruins and antebellum homes to hidden brothels and mystic societies, I’ll show you the secret history of Mobile!”
—Todd Duren, owner and guide

Southern hospitality in Church Street East
The Noble Family on a tour.
Designed by George Rogers, Barton Academy was built in 1839.
Guests Susannah Davis, Joyce Southard, and Janie Lu.
Colored Entrance
Guests Shannon and Cameron.
Folly statue at Mardi Gras Park.
Guests on the Three Centuries Tour