Take a Bayside Taxi downtown and enjoy beautiful Fairhope.
Fairhope Welcome Center
A valuable resource for visitors, the Welcome Center is staffed with ambassadors and stocked with area info.
20 North Section Street
Fairhope Municipal Pier
Located at the west end of Fairhope Avenue, on the site of the city's commercial pier (dating 1894), the Fairhope Pier is our city's "town square". The park features benches, picnic areas a rose garden, restrooms, a marina, restaurant, walking trails and a duck pond.
Check out the PIER CAM
Fairhope Museum of History
The first Single-Tax colonists (so called because of their belief in the economic theories of Henry George, who advocated no taxes other than a single land tax), looked at land throughout the South and Midwest before settling in 1894 on a high bluff overlooking Mobile Bay. According to legend, one of the group said the new colony had a fair hope of success, and the community of Fairhope was born.
The museum occupies a newly expanded building that originally served as Fairhope's City Hall from 1928 to 1971; it remained the City's Police Station and jail until 2002. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm.
24 North Section Street.
Fairhope Public Library
Fairhope has one of the largest libraries in the Southeast. Our public library has approximately 63,000 items and 57 public access computers where residents and visitors can check their e-mail.
501 Fairhope Avenue