Speakeasy Cocktail Tour


3 Cocktails Saturdays Masks Required

Mobile in the 1920s: Speakeasies & Rum Runners 

Guests will enjoy 3 hand-crafted cocktails and hear about the secret history of Mobile during this Prohibition-themed walking tour. Hear stories about speakeasies, rum runners, and moonshiners who kept the drinks flowing and the party going even as Federal agents, ministers, and the Women’s Christian Temperance Union swore to end drinking.

During the Jazz Age Mobile was a wet and wild place, full of speakeasies and gin joints. Finally Federal agents brought the party to a grinding halt and by the end of the decade the Azalea City was in the grip of the Great Depression. Prohibition was an epic battle that turned Catholic against Protestant and urban against rural America—forever changing the social fabric of our country. 

Guests will enjoy craft cocktails at downtown bars, and in between drinks we’ll talk about the music, literature, and architecture that kept the twenties roaring and made Mobile the wildest city in Alabama. The tour takes 2 hours, and all guests must be 21.

  • The tour begins in the lobby of the Battle House Hotel at the corner of Royal and St. Francis Streets. 
  • ALL GUESTS are required to wear a mask or face covering, per state mandate.

Tour Starts in the Battle House Lobby

Hand-crafted Cocktails

Special cocktails are served in downtowns best bars and made by talented local mixologists.

Short Walk From Hotels

The tour begins at a convenient location and is a short walk from most downtown hotels.

Its Always Warm Indoors

Walking only takes half the time of this tour. Dress for the weather and warm up indoors!

Weather-Proof Guarantee

Most rains end quickly here! We will reschedule or refund any tour cancelled because of weather.

Guest Reviews
"Todd's fun and knows how to tell a good story! It's a great idea for Mobile, and a great way to learn all the local charm, whether you are visiting or you live here. He knows lots of quirky details from the past."
Kat Cline
"Fantastic tour tonight. Plan on going back during the day to see the places in the daylight and would recommend the tour to anyone. Also plan on catching their other tours. Well worth it and learned some more facts about Mobile."
Betsy Mabee

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