J L Scott Marine
Education Center and Aquarium - The aquarium features a
42,000-gallon Gulf of Mexico tank, home to sharks, sea turtles, eels and
fish that are some of the Aquarium's largest residents, more than 40 other
aquariums that showcase a multitude of the region's fish, touch tank, live
turtles, alligators and non-poisonous snakes natural to the coastal area,
313-seat auditorium, a shop and lots more.
Life Oceanarium - See bottlenose dolphins perform.
Enjoy a sea lion show. Examine several local marine species in the touch
pool. See a variety of colorful Macaws demonstrate their beauty and
Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Libr - Retirement
home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. Includes Beauvoir House,
Presidential Library, Confederate Museum, historic cemetery, Tomb of the
Unknown Confederate Soldier and gift shop.
Museum of Art - ""Mad Potter of
Biloxi,"" noted throughout the art world for his unique pottery
which boasts paper-thin walls and brilliant glazes. Hosts national and
regional traveling exhibits, along with the works of local artists.
Meadows Discovery Center - An interactive children's
museum designed for children under 12. Children communicate with robots,
snoop through a cluttered attic, shop in a local market, produce a news
show, operate a crane and explore the tree houses.
Seafood Industry Museum - The Maritime & Seafood
Industry Museum preserves and interprets the maritime history and seafood
heritage of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. A film on Hurricane Camille runs
every hour. Gift shop available.
Oak - Located on the Gulf Park Campus of The University
of Southern Mississippi, this 500+-year-old live oak tree measures 50' in
height; trunk diameter is 5'4'; trunk circumference is 17' with a foliage
spread of 151'.
Mardi Gras Museum - 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.
Arboretum - 104-acre native plant conservatory with
walking trails, pond, award winning pavilion by noted architect Fay Jones,
and pitcher plant bog exhibits.
Anderson Museum of Art (WAMA) - WAMA features the art of
Mississippi artist, writer and naturalist Walter Anderson, including The
Little Room, and WPA murals and exhibitions of other significant artists.
Pottery & Art Studio - Working pottery studio with
gallery and gift shop. Tours and demonstrations by appointment. Summer clay
camps for kids.