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Oakleigh Historic Complex


category : Museums
Three museums, one site: Oakleigh, a beautiful Greek revival home, is Mobile's official antebellum museum; Cox-Deasy, c. 1850 Creole cottage; Mardi Gras Cottage with 19th- and early 20th-century collection.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open Tu-Sat. 9-3; last tour 2:00.
Address: 350 Oakleigh Pl.

Phone: 251-432-1281
Fax: 251-432-8843
Our Website:www.historicmobile.org

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