Fairhope Visitors Guide

The Downtown Fairhope Business Association publishes a free online Visitors Guide.

Download Visitors Guide Here

Fairhope Art Walk

On the first Friday of every month, from 6:00-8:00 PM,  the Eastern Shore Art Center welcomes visitors for the exhibit openings. 

2018 Art Walk Schedule

For ART WALK updates, see www.ESartcenter.com




Fairhope Public Pier

#4 Beach Rd
Fairhope, AL

Located on Mobile Bay, at the west end of Fairhope Avenue, on the site on the city’s original commercial pier (dating back from 1894), the Fairhope Pier is our city’s ‘town square’. Destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the 1448 foot pier was rebuilt and reopened in November 2006. Designed for both strolling and fishing, the pier features benches, covered areas, restrooms, a marina and a restaurant. There is no cost to walk, but a saltwater license is required for fishing. The park is home to a lovely rose garden and fountain, plus picnic tables, pavilion, duck pond, tree trail, and a large sandy beach. Non-residents are charged park admission during the summer season. In addition to the waterfront park, numerous bluff top parks extend along the bay front.

Fairhope Museum of History

24 N. Section St.
Fairhope, AL 36532
Donnie Barrett
Museum Director

The Fairhope Museum of History collects artifacts from Fairhope’s unique past, preserves them for future generations and educates through exhibitions and programming about “all things Fairhope.” 


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