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Bragg-Mitchell Mansion

Built by Judge John Bragg shortly before the Civil War in 1855, this magnificently restored home is adorned with period furnishings, artwork and decor.

The twenty-room mansion features double parlors, a lavish dining room, stenciled mouldings and grounds with Mobile's trademark live oaks and azaleas. The architecture style is a mixture of Greek and Italian styles.

One of the Gulf Coasts' grandest antebellum mansions!

The nearby Carlen House Museum is a 19th-century Creole cottage containing furnishings and clothing of the bygone era.

Address & Hours

1906 Springhill Ave Mobile, AL 36607 Ph: 251-471-6364

Hours of Operation: Tuesday – Friday, 10:00AM to 4:00pm, tours are on-the-hour. Last tour begins at 3:00PM. Doors close at 4:00PM. Docent guided tours. Please call ahead for tour schedule as we occasionally close for special events.

Bragg-Mitchell Mansion
Bragg-Mitchell Mansion



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