Oakleigh House Museum

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The Oakleigh House Museum, located in Mobile, Alabama, is a historic home that serves as a museum, offering visitors a glimpse into the antebellum history of the region. Constructed in 1833, the house is an excellent example of Greek Revival architecture and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally built for James W. Roper, a local hardware merchant, the house was later owned by prominent Mobile families. The museum showcases period-appropriate furnishings, artifacts, and exhibits that provide insight into the lifestyle and culture of the 19th century in Mobile.