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City of Mobile and GulfQuest Announce Museum's New Pricing and Hours

Feb 3, 2017



Mobile, Ala. - The City of Mobile and the Board of Trustees of GulfQuest are excited to announce new discounted pricing and hours for the National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico.

All prices include tax, free parking and admission to the museum and its newest traveling exhibit.

  • $14.00 for adults 18-64, 29 percent reduction.
  • $11.00 for youth 5-18, 37 percent reduction.  
  • Free for children under 5
  • $13.00 for seniors 65 and up, 26 percent reduction.  
  • $11.00 for seniors in a group of 15 or more, 17 percent reduction.
  • $13.00 military, 26 percent reduction.
  • $11.00 military in a group, 17 percent reduction.
  • $13.00 for college students, 25 percent reduction.

The museum will open its doors on February 18th for the grand opening of its newest traveling exhibit: SHIPWRECK! Pirates & Treasure. Beginning February 22, GulfQuest will be open to the public Wednesdays through Saturdays. The museum will be open from 9 am until 4 pm on Wednesday through Friday.  On Saturdays, it will be open from 10 am until 5 pm.

GulfQuest is also thrilled to welcome back The Galley. The restaurant will also be open Wednesday through Saturday from  11:00am until 2:30 pm.

“I encourage all of our citizens to take advantage of these new discounts and experience the new SHIPWRECK! Pirates & Treasure exhibit,” said Mayor Stimpson. “These changes will  provide a fun and affordable opportunity for citizens and tourists alike. We will continue to work closely with the Board of Trustees  to identify a path forward that leads to a sustainable GulfQuest operation.”

 

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About SHIPWRECK! Pirates & Treasure:

Odyssey Marine Exploration has discovered hundreds of shipwrecks across the globe. The artifacts, treasure and knowledge recovered from these fascinating time capsules provide a unique opportunity to share the excitement of shipwreck exploration in various exhibit venues. This interactive multi-media exhibit features over 500 artifacts recovered from deep-ocean shipwreck expeditions around the world. Visitors are also immersed in the technology and process Odyssey uses to find and recover shipwreck treasures.



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