The Ezell House Gallery
Located in beautiful and historic downtown Mobile, Alabama, the Ezell House stands as one of the top traditional southern event venues in the region. Please explore our stunning setting and see for yourself why so many people have chosen the classic, southern charm of the Ezell House for their events.
The Double Parlor
This stately room will delight any visitor. Located to the left of the entry hall, the room boasts a magnificent plaster arch embellished with a bas relief of the heads of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson. It is surrounded by long elegant windows covered in the finest of draperies and molded with unique custom carved fixings dating back to the 1600s.
Among the room's beautiful antiques, you will find two elegant marble fireplaces decorated with ornate oil paintings. Finally, overhead you will find stunning magical chandeliers, said to be imported from England that add a sense of elegance to the room.
During events, the Double Parlor is commonly used for heavy hors d'oeuvres, seated dinners for up to 48 guests and ceremonies for up to 55 guests.
The Front Parlor
Located to the right of the entry hall, the front parlor boasts a magnificent chandelier surrounded by long elegant windows covered in European inspired draperies. Among the room's beautiful oil paintings, you will find an elegant marble fireplace decorated with a large gold plated mirror. You will find precious antique lamps, tables and artifacts that date back to the 1600s positioned as a delicate reminder of the houses' unique history.
The Front Parlor is commonly used for the Bride's cake, fruit and cheese displays, or dessert displays.
The Dining Room
Located to the right of the entry hall, and directly connected to the Front Parlor, the room boasts a beautiful antique central dining table with matching hutch and sideboard. Once again, this room is surrounded by the long draped windows.
This room is also embellished with a marble fire place. Antique oil paintings and furniture also add warmth to the room. The dinner of your dreams can be served in this room with its handsome wall moldings. It is truly a touch above!
The Dining Room is typically used for our Groom's cakes, cold hors d'ouevres, candy tables and intimate seated dinners for 8 to 10 guests.
The Bar & Lounge
Located to the right of the entry hall, and directly connected to the Dining Room and Kitchen, the room is openly friendly for cocktails and conversation! This room is also embellished with a marble fire place, and is surrounded with long open windows that look out to the courtyard on one side and view the street on the other.
The Bar and Lounge is typically used for alcoholic bars inside the house, non-alcoholic beverage stations, coffee bars, hors d'oeuvres, and guest seating.
Located directly above the Bar on the second floor, the Library is surrounded in antique books. Its purpose is to stand as a quiet place to get away.
This room has a large changing room and bathroom for our bridal parties and event planners, and looks over the second story balcony onto the courtyard. It also boasts a stone fireplace decorated with gold paneled mirrors
Located outside behind the house, the space is simply magnificent. On the east side of the courtyard, is an iron art "moongate" which was added to the house after its original construction. The moongate is an ornate circular iron gate that adds mysticism to the house.
If you listen carefully, you will hear the gentle flow of water coming from the unique fountain located in the middle of the yard. Parties and dinners can be enjoyed outdoors when weather permits.
The Carriage House
The Carriage House was originally constructed to house the horse and buggy of the original owner of the house on the main level, while the attic served as the living quarters of the stable master and his family. In 1995, great attention was turned to the Carriage House when it was renovated into a modern day bed and breakfast. It has all of the amenities including a small kitchen and master bathroom. Today, it is rented to the public on evenings and weekends.
The Patio was the original driveway for the house and its horses. Today it provides plenty of room for entertainment and dancing. After dinner in the courtyard, our guests are welcome to have live bands and enjoy a dance or two!