Capacity is very limited and timed entry tickets are required. To make sure you’re able to experience Clotilda: The Exhibition on your preferred day, please purchase tickets online in advance of your visit.


Tuesday – Saturday: 10 AM to 5 PM
Sunday – Monday: CLOSED

Phone: 251-206-5268

HOLIDAY CLOSURES: New Year’s Day, Lundi Gras Day, Mardi Gras Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Friday after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day


  • MOBILE COUNTY RESIDENTS – Donation encouraged; Free with ID or proof of residence
  • Adults – $15.00
  • Seniors (65+) – $9.00
  • Active/Retired Military (w/ ID) – $9.00
  • Students (18+ w/ID) – $9.00
  • Children (6-18) – $8.00
  • Children (5 and under) – FREE
  • History Museum of Mobile Members – FREE | Purchase a membership here

Minors must be accompanied by an adult at all times inside Africatown Heritage House and may not be left unattended in the lobby, exhibit space, or multimedia rooms. Additionally, please be respectful of how visitors around you are experiencing this exhibit. To preserve the solemnity of the experience, please, no photography inside the exhibition. 

For groups of 20 or more people, please call (251) 206-5268 to check for availability before booking tickets or visiting Africatown Heritage House.


Groups and schools may begin scheduling tours in October 2023. Prices and details coming soon.

Walkup groups are not permitted and advance reservations are required.

Please call (251) 206-5268 for groups of 20 or more people prior to purchasing tickets online or in person.


Africatown Heritage House is located within Africatown, a small historic community that was founded after the Civil War by survivors of the Clotilda and other Black residents.

When you come to visit the exhibition, please be mindful that you’re entering a residential area. We hope you’ll do your part to ensure the safety and well-being of its residents by:

  • Adhering to designated speed limits.
  • Remaining aware of pedestrians and children. (Please note that there is a school near Africatown Heritage House.)
  • Disposing of trash in proper receptacles and taking what you bring in back out with you.
  • Respecting the public property of the community and private property of residents, employees and other visitors. (For example, parking on lawns is prohibited.)

To assist with the traffic flow into and out of Africatown, we encourage you to use the following directions. Please note that GPS directions will most likely vary from these by trying to take you a more direct route. Out of respect for the residents of Africatown, it’s better to use fewer residential roads, as outlined here:

From Interstate 65 South:

  • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 9 for I-165 S toward Prichard/Downtown Mobile
  • Continue onto I-165 S
  • Take exit 2 toward I-10 E/US-90 E/Bay Bridge Rd
  • Turn left onto Paper Mill Rd.
  • Turn left onto McKinley St.
  • Turn right onto Winbush (or Wimbush) St.
  • Africatown Heritage House will be on the immediate right

From Interstate 10 West:

  • Take exit 27 for US-90/US-98 toward Government St
  • Keep right at the fork, follow signs for State Docks/Prichard and merge onto Old Spanish Trail
  • Continue onto Africatown Blvd/Bay Bridge Rd/Cochrane-Africatown USA Bridge
  • Turn right onto Paper Mill Rd
  • Turn left onto McKinley St
  • Turn right onto Winbush (or Wimbush) St
  • Africatown Heritage House will be on the immediate right

Thank you for doing your part to honor and protect Africatown and its residents during your visit.


Mobile, AL 36610

Tuesday – Saturday
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

*listed on some maps as Wimbush St.


Africatown Heritage House welcomes your service animal as defined by Title II and Title III of the ADA. For more information about the ADA, visit


Facility and exhibition are fully accessible by wheelchair.


We strongly encourage you to buy your tickets in advance online. Please note that entry to the Africatown Heritage House is by timed entry ticket. A few tickets will be sold at the reception desk on the day of for entry on a first come, first served basis. We do not offer refunds or rescheduling for missed visits.


If you have questions about your visit, please contact us here.

Clotilda: The Exhibition at Africatown Heritage House is operated by the History Museum of Mobile, which is a non-profit entity. Gifts to the History Museum of Mobile are tax-exempt.

Phone: (251) 206-5268 © 2023 History Museum of Mobile. All rights reserved.