NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Aug 8, 2016
GulfQuest Earns 2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
GulfQuest/National Maritime Museum is proud to announce the museum has received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. To qualify for a TripAdvisor Certifi ..
Jul 29, 2016
GulfQuest to welcome training ship from Texas A&M Maritime Academy
MOBILE, AL – GulfQuest/National Maritime Museum will host the T.S. General Rudder, a training ship from Texas A&M Maritime Academy, Aug. 1 - Aug. 4, o ..
Jul 26, 2016
Active and Retired Coast Guard Get in FREE at GulfQuest on Coast Guard Day
The United States Coast Guard is an instrument of maritime safety for not only the Gulf Coast region, but for the entire country with its local, regional, natio ..
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"Above Mobile Bay" is a feast for the eyes at GulfQuest/National Maritime MusemAug 5, 2016
When you enter GulfQuest/National Maritime Museum, the first thing you see is often one of the most memorable. Titled “Above Mobile Bay,” this batik on silk is suspended 60 feet in the air and is the focal point of the Grand Lobby, welcoming visitors and creating a unique sense of place. The soaring artwork mirrors a ship’s sai ..
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Chart a course and set sail
The Gulf of Mexico is a national treasure, serving as the international doorway to the Americas, from its discovery in the 1500s to the present day.
Until now, no maritime museum has been established to celebrate the historical, economic and cultural significance of "America's Sea" and its coastal region.
GulfQuest is the first museum dedicated to the Gulf Coast's rich maritime traditions – and one of the only interactive maritime museums in the country.