History meets heroism at USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial Park.  You will see courage up close as you explore the 175 acres of history and seven decades of heroism, from World War II to Iraqi Freedom, at one of America’s finest military parks.  Here at Battleship Memorial Park you’ll walk the decks of a mighty battleship.  Go below in a World War II submarine.  View cockpits of combat aircraft.  You’ll also see tanks, a Vietnam River Patrol Boat, and a plane like the one flown by the Tuskegee Airmen.  It’s all here.  All waiting to be discovered by you. Visit us online at ussalabama.com 


The USS DRUM was donated to the USS ALABAMA Battleship Commission on April 14th, 1969. She was towed to Mobile arriving May 18th, 1969. The DRUM was dedicated and opened to the public on July 4th, 1969. In 2001, DRUM was moved onto land for permanent display, the project winning several engineering awards. USS DRUM (SS-228) is the oldest American submarine on display in the world.


With 25 of the Nation’s finest military aircraft on display, Battleship Memorial Park is the only place in the world to see a complete collection of the “F” Series of Fighter Jets including the F-14 Tomcat, F-18 Hornet and one of two YF-17 Cobra Prototypes in the world. Also see the A-12 Blackbird, B-52D Stratofortress a P51-Mustang, the Airplane of Alabama’s own “Tuskegee Airmen”. 


Park memorials honor veterans for their dedicated service and ultimate sacrifice. The Lower Alabama Vietnam Veterans Memorial, War Dog Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Crommelin Brothers Memorial and Alabama Telephone Pioneers Living Memorial are some located throughout the park


Some of America’s finest military equipment are displayed at Alabama Battleship Memorial Park.  Download the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park APP for complete details.  


Picnic on the bay shore complete with grills and plenty of shade, the picnic area is spacious, offering ample room. Eager anglers can fish while enjoying the view of Mobile Bay and the USS Alabama (Cost $2).  The Nature Observatory is home of a nature observatory and Site 29 on the Alabama Coastal Birding Trail. Spot Killdeer, Laughing Gulls, Long-billed Curlews, Herring Gulls, Royal Terns, Sanderling, and Black-billed Plovers throughout the park.