Experience Mobile’s Grandest Antebellum Mansion

Built 1855

Important Tour Information

All historical tours of the Mansion are temporarily suspended until April 17, 2020. Due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 virus, the Mansion is cooperating with the CDC, City of Mobile, and the State of Alabama. We will remain closed to the public until April 17 at which time we will re-evaluate the situation. Please check our Facebook page and this website for updates and reopening dates. For all information concerning the Mansion and special events, call the Bragg-Mitchell office at 251-471-6364 or email us at visit@braggmitchellmansion.com. We will respond as soon as possible.

 

News & Events

Mansion Temporarily Closed

Closed – The Mansion will be closed for Historical Tours and appointments until April 17

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Closures and Changes in Mansion Schedule

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Welcome to the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion

The Bragg-Mitchell Mansion’s massive double parlors, circular staircase and rooms built on a grand scale remind your guests of a time when hospitality was a way of life. With the grace and elegance of traditional Southern entertaining, the Mansion is available for weddings, receptions, parties, showers, dinners and corporate functions.

Canopied by a grove of century-old oaks and furnished with fine antiques and crystal chandeliers, the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion offers a rare glimpse of life in the Old South. When it was built in 1855, the house was the center of the lively social life of the thriving cotton port of Mobile. Today, the home is a museum offering guided historic tours.

As one of the most photographed buildings in Mobile, the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion is an architectural icon representing the Old South, an image that evokes a time of gracious living and socializing. An example of Greek Revival architecture, the Mansion’s distinct floor plan and details make it stand out among historic buildings in the area.