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Mar 07,2006
Mississippi Attractions
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Mississippi Gulf Coast Attractions

The Gulf Coast offers many fun attractions and water parks.
Visit historic places, Ship Island, or one of many museums.

A complete list is below of what the Mississippi Gulf Coast offers.

We also have a short video of some of the attractions and invite you to watch it here.

Biloxi

Beach Bums Rentals
    Highway 90 and Edgewater Mall,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 229-9906
    kayaks, Jet skis, aqua cycles, and chair and umbrella rentals. ID required for Jet Ski rental, and children under 16 a signed permission from legal guardian
Beauvoir Manor- Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library
    2244 Beach Blvd,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 388-9074
    Open 7 days a week, 9:00am to 5:00pm; Beauvoir was the location of the retirement home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. The compound consisted of approximately 608 acres when Davis lived there (today, the site is approximately 52 acres Beauvoir is located in Biloxi, Mississippi across US Highway 90 from Biloxi Beach. The name \"Beauvoir\" means \"beautiful to view\".\r\nThe compound consists of a Louisiana raised cottage-style plantation residence, a botanical garden, a former Confederate veterans home, a modern gift shop, a Confederate Soldier Museum, the Jefferson Davis Presidential Library and Museum, various outbuildings, and a historic Confederate cemetery which includes the Tomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier. Five out of seven of these buildings were destroyed in Hurricane Katrina and replicas have been reconstructed. Beauvoir House, Presidential Library, Confederate Museum, historic civil war cemetery, scheduled events, and botanical gardens. re-enactments, store. Tomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier and gift shop. A historical visit, tours, and library.
Beauvoir Manor- Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library
Biloxi Mardi Gras Museum
    119 Rue Magnolia,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-6245
    Open Mon-Sat 11:00am to 4:00pm. Located in the historic Magnolia Hotel, Biloxi's Mardi Gras Museum traces the three hundred year history of the celebration of Mardi Gras on the Gulf Coast. On display are costumes, photographs and memorabilia of carnival celebrations along the coast. Please call for reservations.
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Biloxi Mardi Gras Museum
Biloxi Natatorium
    1384 Father Ryan Rd,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-6108
    Public, year-round, indoor/outdoor, swimming pool. 50 meter by 25 meter, 4' to 13' deep, heated. 1 and 3 meter diving boards. Locker facilities, showers available. Call for hours of operation. Admission per visit. J L Scott Marine Education Center
Biloxi Schooners
    119 Beach Blvd,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-6320
    Sail the Mississippi Sound and then the lovely waters of the Gulf of Mexico aboard one of these dramatic replica schooners, or just enjoy looking at them from terra firma. Oyster schooners, known as "white-winged queens," were common sights on these waters throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, until marine engines were introduced. They feature two graceful masts that reach heights of 65 feet. Special 2-hour trips are available, offering great scenery as well as information about Biloxi's colorful maritime history.
Biloxi Schooners
Councilor Oak
    360 Beach Blvd Tullis-Toledano Manor,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-6293
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED Located on the grounds of the historic Tullis-Toledano Manor, this massive tree is one of the largest and oldest of the area's sprawling live oaks. Many visitors visit the home just to get a picture of the Councilor, which was growing long before the settlers landed. Legend has it that the early French settlers and the Native Americans that lived in the area concluded treaties beneath the Councilor's looming branches.
Councilor Oak
Get Wet
    Section C of Sand Beach- HWY 90,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 897-5481
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED Jet skis, aqua cycles, chair and umbrella rentals conveniently located right on Biloxi's beautiful white beach
Get Wet
HURRICANE KATRINA MEMORIAL
    Town Green Hwy 90,
    Biloxi, Phone - ()
    Extreme Makeover, and local contractors build and dedicated the Hurricane Katrina Memorial on February 15, 2006. Located on Biloxi's Town Green where the Historic Visitors Center stood.
HURRICANE KATRINA MEMORIAL
J L Scott Marine Education Center and Aquarium
    115 Beach Blvd,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 374-5550
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED 44,000-gallon Gulf of Mexico tank and 47 other aquariums, touch tank, changing art/educational exhibits, films, gift shop. Group programs by reservation. Open Mon-Sat 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Admission charged.
J L Scott Marine Education Center and Aquarium
Katrina Memorial
    Towne Greene hwy 90,
    Biloxi, Phone - ()
    Memorial for Hurricane Katrina Victims.
LUCKY DUCK AMPHIBIOUS TOURS
    SHARKHEADS SOUVIENRS HWY 90,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 297-DUCK
    Come make a SPLASH aboard the Mississippi Gulf Coastsí newest attraction. Enjoy a funny, musical, personally narrated tour aboard our United States Coast Guard Certified Amphibious Bus! Fun and safe for all ages, our tour will captivate you by sharing the colorful history, culture and wildlife of the Coast. Departs 3 times daily, call for info.
LUCKY DUCK AMPHIBIOUS TOURS
LUCKY DUCK- AMPHIBIOUS TOURS
    SHARKHEADS SOUVIENRS HWY 90,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 297-DUCK
    Come make a SPLASH aboard the Mississippi Gulf Coastsí newest attraction. Enjoy a funny, musical, personally narrated tour aboard our United States Coast Guard Certified Amphibious Bus! Fun and safe for all ages, our tour will captivate you by sharing the colorful history, culture and wildlife of the Coast. Departs 3 times daily, call for info.
LUCKY DUCK- AMPHIBIOUS TOURS
Magic Golf
    1785 Beach Blvd,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 432-0635
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED Family amusement park with two 18 hole minature golf courses, go-carts, batting cages, bumper cars, kiddie and adult rides, arcade, concession stand. Year round 10-10 daily
Magic Golf
Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum
    115 First St,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-6320
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED Open year-round Mon-Sat 9:00am to 4:30pm; open Sun 12:00 to 4:00pm Memorial Day to Labor Day. Tour an extraordinary collection of priceless photographs and artifacts that tell a story from the time of the first Indian residents to the growth as a world-renowned seafood processing center. With a million expansion/renovation we have over 10,000 sq ft of exhibit area, state of the art amphitheatre, hurricane museum within a museum and a research library and gift shop. Admission charged, groups rates available with reservations. Handicapped accessible
Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum
Moran Art Studio
    110 Porter Ave,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-9615
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED Open daily Mar-Oct, 9:00am to 5:00pm; Nov-Feb 9:00am.
    Retirement home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. Includes Beauvoir House, Presidential Library, Confederate Museum, historic civil war cemetery, scheduled events, re-enactments, store. Tomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier and gift shop
OHR-O'KEEFE MUSEUM OF ART
    136 G.E. Ohr Street,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 374-5547
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED World Renowned as the Mad Potter, his art pottery and way out style is more than an art exhibit it's an experience. There are art exhibits to see: the Museum's collection of Ohr Pottery, local artists, sculptural renditions of the Potter, major cutting-edge art exhibits in the Lila Wallace Gallery, and works by talented local artists. Books about Ohr, Gehry and ceramics, as well as the finest in original contemporary pottery, are available for purchase in Ohriginals, the Museum Store.
OHR-O'KEEFE MUSEUM OF ART
Ole Biloxi Tour Train
    Porter Ave and Beach Blvd Leaves from Biloxi Light,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 374-8687
    BILOXI. For a thorough look at the attractions and sights that make Biloxi unique, take this 90-minute tour that hits all of the most fascinating stops. Board the train at Biloxi's famous lighthouse, and then sit back and enjoy the scenery from the open-air tram as a guide tells you about the area's fabled past. See historic homes, learn about the seafood industry and the growth of casinos, and stop at Tullis-Toledano Manor for a quick tour. A great way to become acquainted with the area and its heritage. Reservations taken only a week before.
Ole Biloxi Tour Train
Pierre D Lemoyne
    Near Lighthouse Hwy 90,
    Biloxi, Phone - ()
    Pierre LeMoyne (Sieur d'Iberville) Stands in front of what remains of the Biloxi Chamber of Commerce. Pierre is one of the two French - Canadian soldier/explorers that discovered the Biloxi area, on thier trip to discover the southern entrance to the Mississippi River.
Pierre D Lemoyne
Slippery Sam's Inc- WATER PARK
    1782 Beach Blvd,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-3140
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED Family water park, 3 flumes water slide, concession stand, kiddie pool and bumper boats. Daily 10 to 9. Group rates for 10 or more
Slippery Sam's Inc- WATER PARK
The Biloxi Light House
    HWY 90 & HOWARD AVE,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-6293
    CONFIRMED STILL STANDING- CALL FOR OPENING INFORMATIONLocated at Hwy 90 and Howard Avenue the Biloxi Lighthouse has stood thru all storms that have threatened our Gulf Coast. First lit in 1848 and is still operational. Our keepers quarters are not still in operation but we are open to tours. For a small, fee. Owned and operated by the City of Biloxi. Call 228-435-6244 for hours and prices.
The Biloxi Light House
The Biloxi Little Theater
    220 Lee Street,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 432-8543
    The Biloxi Little Theatre -- Founded 1946 Welcomes You to The 56th Season of Your Community Theater. Located in the Eastern end of "Ole" Biloxi. The Playhouse is in a Historic building just south of the Biloxi Municipal Stadium, a few blocks north of the beautiful Deer Island cut on Lee St. The ongoing renovations to the former Community Center, i. e., handicap accessibility, carpeted entrance, lobby, and aisles, dual air conditioning and heating, lighted patrolled & handicap parking areas, new main curtain, and vinyl siding has allowed our members and patrons to enjoy the highest quality of entertainment in comfort and security. Due to your generosity, more improvements are planned this season and every season in the future. Thanks to our members, patrons, benefactors, and angels, last season Biloxi Little Theatre was able to provide a venue for many of our local "Veterans" and the theater experience to countless First Timers. We have even adopted the phrase BLT - Best Live Theatre to exemplify this ideology.
The Biloxi Little Theater
The Old Brick House
    622 Bayview Ave,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-6121
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED Overlooking the Back bay, the Old Brick house is an example of the mingling of french colonial and American building traditions in Biloxi. The house sits on property once owned by Jean Baptiste carquotte, who received a land grant from the Spanish government in 1784. Saved from neglect by Biloxi's garden clubs in the 1950's, the house is now owned by the City of biloxi and operated as a historic house museum and community gathering place.
The Old Brick House
The Pleasant Reed House
    136 G.E. Ohr Street,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 374-5547
    DESTROYED BY HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED The story of America is usually told through the lives of rich and powerful people in our nation's history; but a major part of the great fabric that is the American experience has been woven by the common men and women whose combined determination, hard work, and ideals helped to define the American Dream and make it a reality for their families. Pleasant and Georgia Reed were such people, add they made their contribution to American history in spite of incredible odds. The Ohr-O'Keefe Museum and its partner, the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, are pleased to have the opportunity to share the Reed family's story with the public
The Pleasant Reed House
The Saenger Theater
    170 Reynior Street,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-6291
    When constructed in 1929, the Biloxi Saenger Theater was hailed as "gem of the coast." Originally host to early sound films, traveling shows and vaudeville, the Saenger Theatre is now a performing arts center for the Gulf Coast
The Saenger Theater
Tullis- Tuledano Manor
    360 Beach Blvd Biloxi,
    Biloxi, Phone - (228) 435-6293
    DESTROYED BY HURRICANE KATRINA, THE GRAND CASINO BARGE NOW SITS WHERE THE BEAUTIFUL MANSION SAT FOR 100'S OF YEARS.Please Call for Reservations and Tour Prices. Built in 1856 as a wedding present for Matilde Pradat by her husband Christoval Toledano, Tullis-Toledano Manor is a striking example of Greek Revival architecture. Constructed on a French plan with rich architectural detail, the house is furnished in a period style to interpret Biloxi's antebellum history. Badly damaged by Hurricane Camille in 1969, Tullis and its beautiful grounds were purchased by the City of Biloxi in 1975 and restored as a historic house museum and recreational area.
Tullis- Tuledano Manor
Gautier

MS Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge
    7200 Crane Ln,
    Gautier, Phone - (228) 497-6322
    Home of the endangered Mississippi Sandhill Crane and its rare and unique wet pine savanna habitat. Located a half-mile north of I-10, Exit 61, Gautier. Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
MS Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge
Gulfport

Fun Time USA
    1300 Beach Dr,
    Gulfport, Phone - (228) 896-7315
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED Fun for all ages while looking at the white sand and the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. Bumper boats, mini golf, go karts, tilt-a-whirl, bumper cars, prize winning arcade, and children's rides. Free parking and grounds admission.
Fun Time USA
Gulf Islands Waterpark
    13100 16th Street,
    Gulfport, Phone - (866) 485-3386
    OPEN,SAT & SUN 10-7 ONLY UNTIL MAY 21, THEN DAILY. Opening in the summer of 2005,Gulf Islands Waterpark features the Master Blaster, a roller coaster water ride that pushes you up and down the slide. We also have our signature lighthouse with many speed slides connected to it. A lazy river, wave pool and kids multi-play area also offer interactive, splash experiences for old and young. Located I-49 and Canal Road exits on the Gulfport SportsPlex grounds.
Gulfport Centennial Museum
    1419 27th Ave,
    Gulfport, Phone - (228) 868-5849
    Located at the train station in Gulfport, this museum shows the city's development over the past century. Photographs show the growth of the fishing industries, the expansion of casinos and the development of the city's popular beaches. Learn about the interesting characters from Gulfport's past who have made the town what it is today - a family-friendly city with an appreciation for the past and an eye for the future.
Harrison County Skate Park and Hockey Complex
    269 Debuys Rd,
    Gulfport, Phone - (228) 896-9206
    Ramps for aggressive inline skating & skateboarding. 4 sections (advanced) 12 foot 1/4 pipes to 4 foot 1/4 pipes, (cement bowl) 10 foot deep, (half pipe) 1 14-foot half pipe and 1 6-foot half pipe, and beginner. Tue-Fri 4:00pm to 8:00pm, Sat 11:00am to 8:00pm, Sun 12:00 noon to 6:00pm, summer hours Tue-Sat 10:00am to 8:00pm, Sun 12:00pm to 6:00pm
Harrison County Skate Park and Hockey Complex
Lynn Meadows Discovery Center
    246 Dolan Ave,
    Gulfport, Phone - (228) 897-6039
    HEAVILY DAMAGED BY KATRINA BUT REBUILDING, PLAN TO RE-OPEN MAY 6, 2006 The only interactive children's museum in Mississippi, this center caused a sensation when it opened its doors in 1998. No kid under 12 should miss this hands-on facility, which includes interactive exhibits on everything from health and history to art, careers, trees, tornadoes, the shipping industry and much more. Experience the 1890s in the History Attic, climb the Super Colossal Climbing Structure, defy gravity on the gravity cycle, and make a video of yourself reading the days news. Something to pique every child's interest.
Lynn Meadows Discovery Center
Marine Life Oceanarium-Joseph T. Jones Memorial Pa
    GULFPORPORT HARBOR HWY 90,
    Gulfport, Phone - (228) 864-2511
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED Open year round, features dolphin shows, sea lion skits and exotic birds, divers feeding giant sea turtles, a 15 minute Harbor Train ride, and a sea lion picture session. Summer hours 9:00 am to 6:00 pm; winter hours 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Groups welcome. New Dolphin Interaction Program, reservations/additional fee required
Marine Life Oceanarium-Joseph T. Jones Memorial Pa
Seabee Memorial Museum
    5200 CBC 2nd St,
    Gulfport, Phone - (228) 871-3164
    In 1942, the Seabees were formed to assist US Naval operations by designing, building and operating shore facilities, shipyards, ports, piers and other seaside stations. Considered an important part of US defensive operations in World War II, the Seabees became known for their can-do spirit in risking their lives to build ports and airfields around the world. This museum shows the roles these unique service people played in World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam and Desert Storm, and also details their numerous peacetime duties. Exhibits include uniforms, weapons, flags, supplies, newspaper clippings, photos and much more.
Ship Island Excursions/Pan Isles Inc.
    Gulfport Small Craft Harbor/Jones Park,
    Gulfport, Phone - (228) 864-1014
    Daily passenger ferry to Gulf Island National Seashore. Cruising March through October. Dolphin sightings, tour Fort Massachusetts. Excellent swimming, shelling, birding. Food service available.
Ship Island Excursions/Pan Isles Inc.
Long Beach

Wolf River Canoe & Kayak
    21652 Tucker Rd,
    Long Beach, Phone - (228) 4527666
    Canoe and Kayak Trips - Enjoy a beautiful and scenic trip winding down the Wolf River
Wolf River Canoe & Kayak
Ocean Springs

Crooked Feather
    Davidson Park East Hwy 90,
    Ocean Springs, Phone - (228) 875-4424
    Thirty foot sculpture depicting Ocean Springs original colony of the American Indian.
Crooked Feather
Fort Maurepas
    Front Beach Dr,
    Ocean Springs, Phone - (228) 875-4424
    HEAVY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE KATRINA- CURRENTLY CLOSED The Landing Of d'Iberville Decided upon by King Louis XIV that the crown should make a more permanent stake in this vast area, Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d'Iberville, was commissioned to plant a colony somewhere near the mouth of the Mississippi. He sailed from the port of Brest France in October 1698, with about 200 colonists aboard. Six months later he arrived at Biloxi Bay and landed on its East Side. It was then on April 8, 1699, díIberville selected the site of present-day Ocean Springs to build the fort for the first settlement by the French for Colonial Louisiana. The colony founded there what was the first European settlement in the lower Mississippi Valley and the seat of government over a territory that ranged from the Ohio River to the Yellowstone. Fort de Maurepas lasted only three years until it was decided that Mobile Bay would be a more strategic location for the colony Yearly re-enactments of the landing of d'Iberville take place. Call for dates and details
Gulf Islands National Seashore
    3500 Park Rd,
    Ocean Springs, Phone - (228) 875-9057
    Ocean Springs Headquarters features William M. Colmer Visitor Center, exhibits, boat launching, trails, pier, pavilions, playground and campground. Seasonal passenger boat service takes visitors from the Gulfport Small Craft Harbor to day use beaches on West Ship Island. Primitive camping on East Ship, Horn, and Petit Bois Islands.
Historic L&N Train Depot & Visitors Center
    1000 Washington Ave,
    Ocean Springs, Phone - (228) 875-4424
    L&N Depot Built in 1907 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, The original train depot is now home of the Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center
Historic L&N  Train Depot & Visitors Center
Marshall Park
    Located at Robinson & Washington Ave.,
    Ocean Springs, Phone - ()
    Spend the day relaxing under majestic trees which scatter the grounds of the park. Site of the original town bandstand stands
Marshall Park
Mississippi Vietnam Veterans Memorial
    ,
    Ocean Springs, Phone - (800) 637-0721

Shearwater Pottery
    102 Shearwater Dr.,
    Ocean Springs, Phone - (228) 875-7320
    Founded by Peter Anderson in 1928, featuring works by Anderson family members. Suffered losses due to Hurricane Katrina, please click on the link for more updates and photos about Shearwater Pottery
Shearwater Pottery
WAMA- WALTER ANDERSON MUSEUM OF ART
    510 Washington Avenue,
    Ocean Springs, Phone - (228) 872-3164
    A visit to the Walter Anderson Museum of Art (WAMA), opened in 1991 in historic Ocean Springs, MS, is an enchanting and unique experience. WAMA is dedicated to the celebration of the works of Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), American master, whose depictions of the plants, animals, and people of the Gulf Coast have placed him among the forefront of American painters of the Twentieth Century; and to his brothers, Peter Anderson (1901-1984), master potter and founder of Shearwater Pottery; and James McConnell Anderson (1907-1998), noted painter and ceramist. The watercolors, drawings, oils, block prints, ceramics, and carvings by the three Anderson brothers are all represented in the museumís permanent collection. Diverse changing exhibitions, many featuring the work of other significant artists, occur throughout the year. The museumís sky lit interior of warm southern yellow pine includes a main galleria and two additional galleries, which echo the natural beauty and simplicity of its setting. Adjacent to the museum is the Ocean Springs Community Center, home of Walter Andersonís largest mural.
Pascagoula

Alligator Farm and Airboat Rides
    10300 Highway 90,
    Pascagoula, Phone - (228) 475-6026
    Enclosed boardwalk allows visitors to feed the alligators and view them up close. Alligators, airboat tours, endangered species, osprey nesting, beavers & more. Open 7 days a week 9:00am to 6:00pm, Sun 1:00 to 6:00pm. ( on Sundays airboat rides do not start until 11am)
Alligator Farm and Airboat Rides
Scranton Nature Center- LEVY PARK
    LEVY PARK,
    Pascagoula, Phone - (228) 938-6612
    Live animals, museum exhibits include birds, fossils, mammals, rocks & minerals, wildflowers and much more. Admission by donation only. Tue-Sat 10:00am to 4:00pm, Sun 1:00 to 4:00pm. Located at I.G. Levy Park featuring a lake, fishing, picnic facilities, playground, walking trail, and soccer complex.
Pass Christian

Raintree Center Aquatic Gardens
    119 East Second St,
    Pass Christian, Phone - (228) 452-3137
    A unique nursery featuring a variety of aquatic garden ponds in a serene, walk through setting. Specializes in native plants, antique roses and herbs. Gift shop. Open Mon-Sat 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Waveland

Buccaneer State Park
    1150 South Beach Blvd,
    Waveland, Phone - (228) 467-2580
    Five acre facility with wave pool, double waterslide, kiddie pool for non-swimmers, The Grill; large sun deck, locker rental, tubes and lots of shade. Sand play area. New minature golf course. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day 11:00 am to 6:45 pm., Camp Sites, and Nature Trails. Located across from The Beach in Waveland.
Buccaneer State Park

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