AAA Editor Notes
Church Street East Historic District, extending from Water St. to Broad St., is the city's most diverse historic district. The original structures built during Mobile's Colonial French, Spanish and English eras were destroyed by fires in 1827 and 1839. Present buildings, dating from the early 19th century, represent Federal, Greek Revival, Gulf Coast Cottage, Italianate, Neoclassical and Victorian architectural styles. The district contains several museums and the city's welcome center at the Site of Historic Fort Condé.