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A historic port, Mobile is a fascinating city to discover together with your friends and family. Since the city is busy and holds many events, tourists often rent a charter bus to travel and explore attractions and landmarks. GOGO Charters helps match groups with the perfect bus for your trip. From minibuses that carry 18 passengers to full-sized 56-passenger coaches, we have access to the most modern and up-to-date buses available. Enjoy a variety of amenities, like reclining seats, air conditioning, WiFi, TVs, and more while you explore the city.
We're here 24/7 to help plan your next trip in Mobile. Call us any time at (251) 662-9412 for a free, no-obligation quote.
Mobile has wonderful sights and landmarks that tell interesting stories about the city's past and present:
Landmarks: The Historic Fort Conde will take you back in time to 1723 when it was built and help you to discover the city's history. The Battleship Memorial Park has stories about World War II when it housed the battleship USS Alabama and the submarine USS Drum. It also features an interesting collection of aircraft and military hardware. If you want to admire a beautiful example of neoclassical and Italian architecture visit the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion.
Outdoor Fun: If you want to spend some time surrounded by nature, visit the Bellingrath Gardens, a 65-acre garden inaugurated in 1934, which has a beautiful rose garden and offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy a river cruise. Mobile Greyhound Park houses a weekly dog race event, while the Ladd-Pebbles Stadium hosts college football games.
Events: The most popular event that takes place in Mobile is Mardi Gras, a holiday celebrated since 1703. This is when the streets of downtown Mobile are invaded by marching bands and floats, as well as parades. The celebration lasts for a few weeks.
Day Trips: Groups who come to Mobile usually choose to rent a charter bus for their sightseeing trips to New Orleans, as well as Baton Rouge, Tallahassee, Birmingham, Huntsville, Atlanta, and Montgomery.
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