PLEASE READ: Despite what the Tour Information box to the right states, the Condé-Charlotte Museum is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. – 3: 30 p.m.; we are closed Sunday – Wednesday, for the time being.
No reservation is needed, but we do ask that you bring your mask. We’ll provide the entertainment!
Near the banks of the Mobile River, the Condé-Charlotte Museum began its life as Mobile’s first courthouse and jail, eventually becoming the beloved home of the Kirkbride family. It now stands as a historic house museum, full of antiques and period furnishings, which reflect Mobile’s history under five flags: French, English, Spanish, Confederate and American.
Let our guides lead you through the area’s complex history under its various European sovereigns, its entry into the American territory, and its position as a Confederate city under Union siege during the Civil War.
The Condé-Charlotte Museum is owned, preserved and operated by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Alabama.