Alice Moseley Folk Art & Antique Museum
Alice Latimer Moseley was a self-taught primitive folk artist who began painting at the age of 65 as a way to deal with the stress and difficulty of taking care of her Alzheimer’s-afflicted mother. Her...
The seaside retirement estate of Jefferson Davis, the Confederacy's only President. The 52 acre historic complex includes the restored home and outbuildings, soldier's home cemetery, Tomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier. There is a gift shop, a museum, and...
Built in 1848, the Biloxi Lighthouse is the only lighthouse in the United States to stand in the middle of a four-lane highway. Come experience this historic cast iron structure first hand by climbing to the top. Tours offered daily at 9:00, 9;15, and 9:30 am weather permitting. Purchase tickets at the Biloxi Visitors Center. Admission is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for Children 12 and under.
The Biloxi Visitors Center, located in the shadow of the Biloxi Lighthouse on U.S. 90, offers information on area attractions, events, and accommodations. The center also houses a multi-media museum of Biloxi history and a gift shop featuring a variety of unique Biloxi memorabilia. The center is open daily from 8 am to 5...
The fire museum, located in a 1937 firehouse, tells the story of the 120 year history of the Biloxi Fire Department through memorabilia, photographs and antique firefighting equipment and serves as an educational fire prevention center for children. The museum is open Saturdays 9am to 3pm or by appointment.
Located along the Mississippi Gulf Coast off Interstate 10 and just minutes from NASA’s Stennis Space Center, INFINITY Science Center is a non-profit science museum offering a blend of space, Earth science, engineering and technology content where guests can explore 35,000...
Located in a 1915 schoolhouse, under the large live oaks, just blocks from the beach in Gulfport, MS, Lynn Meadows Discovery Center is a special place for children and their grown-ups.
Inside, 15,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits encourage fun, learning...
Mardi Gras & Depot Museums
1928 Depot Way
Bay. St. Louis, MS 39520
Located inside the Historic L & N Train Depot, over a dozen elaborate Mardi Gras costumes festooned with feathers and sequins awe visitors when they enter the 1929 mission-style structure. Historical exhibits, a wall featuring Mississippi Blues artists, a folk art museum and a wealth of tourist information round out the visitors’ experience. The Depot and its museums are open Monday – Saturday. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free.
Ohr O'Keefe Museum of Art
Phone: (228) 374-5547
Fax: (228) 436-3641
Enjoy everything that makes the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art unique: the artists, the architecture, the history, and the landscape. Ten years in the making, the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art celebrates the innovative, independent and creative spirit of namesake Mississippi potter...