Bienville Square

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Conception & Dauphin (St Francis & St Joesph), Mobile, AL 36602, United States
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  • Kristin M.

    Mardi gras, chili and gumbo cookoffs, or just chilling with a sack lunch...I love this park. Truly a focal point a of dtown Mobile.

    Kristin Musgrove · 3 days ago
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  • Jim J.

    Fabulous park at the center of Mobile's Mardi Gras parade routes.

    Jim Jenkins · February 25
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  • Jackie F.

    The squirrels are huge and fear no human.

    Jackie F · October 20, 2014
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  • Wayne F.

    Make plans now and mark your calendar to attend the 10th Annual Shrimp Cook-Off on April 13, 2013. Read more

    Wayne Farmer · February 1, 2013
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  • Chuck

    Be nice to the homos :-P

    Chuck · January 22, 2013
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  • Lillian-Lotus B.

    It's a Mobile tradition to get a bag of peanuts down the street and feed the squirrels and birds.

    Lillian-Lotus Buccola · October 30, 2012
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  • Rhonda C.

    Watch out for the bums- they get a little agressive.

    Rhonda Cubitt · May 21, 2012
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  • Visit Mobile Bay

    Historic Bienville Park is located in the heart of downtown. It features a beautiful gazebo and an enchanting fountain. Many events are held here from charity promotions to food festivals.

    Visit Mobile Bay · April 17, 2012
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  • Kendrick M.

    Happy Easter

    Kendrick Mack · April 7, 2012
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  • Bianca C.

    We had a blast here on Fat Tuesday!!

    Bianca Cowser · February 27, 2012
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  • Tim & Kimberly S.

    Where the squirrels are like over-grown lab-rats!!!

    Tim & Kimberly Still · January 6, 2012
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  • Chris R.

    This is my favorite place to pass out when I am too drunk to find my own bed. I will be Mayor once again!

    Chris Reed · July 23, 2011
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  • Experience Mobile A.

    HISTORY: In 1905, Teddy Roosevelt spoke in the Square about the importance of the Panama Canal to the port of Mobile. Read more

    Experience Mobile Alabama · August 15, 2010
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