151 Dauphin St., Mobile, AL
First floor/Senior Bowl Headquarters
COST: Free/Open to public
Located on the bottom floor of the Senior Bowl offices in downtown Mobile, AL, the Senior Bowl Museum chronicles the 68-year history of the senior showcase event and its several charitable ancillary events.
Upon entering the museum, visitors will notice five large cases each of which is equipped with a touch-screen display and filled with various Senior Bowl photos. Each touch screen includes a database full of information pertaining to the respective case.
Visitors can sift through the All-Time Team, recognized on the game's 50th anniversary, or look at the game's all-time roster. Included in the interactive touch-screen displays is a list of every current player in the NFL whose path to the league came through Mobile and even all the coaches who have walked the sideline at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. You can also get an in-depth look at the 102 Senior Bowl Hall of Famers - names like Favre, Namath, Bradshaw, Marino and Swann.
Also included within the museum is a grid wall that highlights the charitable giving the game has become known for over the years through events like the Wells Fargo Senior Bowl Charity Run.
A theatre, complete with authentic stadium bleachers, gives visitors the opportunity to watch video highlights and Hall of Fame induction speeches from this past year's game.
The museum was made possible thanks to a one-time gift of $150,000 from Mobile County.
Admission to the museum is free and open to the public during normal business hours, 9:00am-4:00pm Monday through Friday. The museum is also open during select downtown events.