Fairhope Museum of History
The Fairhope Museum of History is a local history museum featuring exhibits depicting the town and region's long history, from the Native Americans to the present day. These exhibits include the founders of Fairhope, the Single Tax theory, the town jail, and the Jubilee phenomenon. The museum is housed in the historic 1928 City Hall, which was designed in the Spanish Mission style. It holds afternoon teas every Tuesday and other events during the year.