Attractions in Mississippi

When visiting Mississippi, you’re constantly surrounded by art, culture, food, history, and music. The Magnolia State is one of those rare places where all these things come together to create a one-of-a-kind experience you won’t soon forget. What’s your pleasure – family-friendly attractions like zoos and museums? Casino nightlife? Or maybe a trip to the beach? You’ll find all that and more in Mississippi.

Mississippi Museum of Natural Science

Jackson, MS   FEATURED

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An aquarium housing over 200 species of native fish, reptiles and amphibians tells an ecological story of rivers, streams, lakes, marshes and the Mississippi Sound. “The Swamp” is home to alligators, turtles and fish surrounded by native foliage. The 300-acre […]

Mississippi Aquarium in Gulfport, MS

Gulfport, MS   FEATURED

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When you’re travel plans bring you near Gulfport, be sure to set aside time to visit the Mississippi Aquarium. One of the most popular attractions in the area, it offers the additional benefit of being located right on the Gulf […]

Mississippi Braves Baseball

Pearl, MS   FEATURED

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The Mississippi Braves, or M-Braves as they are referred to locally, are a minor league baseball team based in Pearl, Mississippi, a suburb of Jackson. The team is the Class AA affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, and plays in the […]

Hattiesburg Zoo

Hattiesburg, MS   FEATURED

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The Hattiesburg Zoo is South Mississippi’s favorite family attraction. Named Best Travel Attraction of the Year by the Mississippi Tourism Association in 2017, the Zoo is also listed as the #1 thing to do in Hattiesburg by TripAdvisor. So what […]

Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum

Jackson, MS   FEATURED

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Named one of the Top 10 “Most Amazing Baseball Museums in America” by ESPN, the museum contains an array of sports-related, interactive exhibits. Touch-screen television kiosks allow museum visitors to access archival footage, achievement data, biographical information and more than […]

Montrose and the Montrose Museum

Holly Springs, MS   FEATURED

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Montrose is a two-story columned Greek Revival home built as a wedding present for the daughter of Alfred Brooks. It is now operated by the Holly Springs Garden Club as a house museum. The arboretum contains over 50 different specimens […]

McCoy’s River and Marsh Tours

Moss Point, MS   FEATURED

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Come and enjoy a trip along the Pascagoula River. Let Capt. Benny and Capt. Lynn McCoy take you on the Pascagoula River, one of the most pristine river swamps in America.  We offer nature tours of this unique river and marsh system, […]

Pascagoula River Audubon Center

Moss Point, MS   FEATURED

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Adventure awaits at the Pascagoula River Audubon Center in Moss Point.  The Center is the educational gateway to exploring nature and bayou habitats by offering educational programming for school groups while featuring local nature themes, a step back in time with the […]

Mississippi Wildlife Heritage Museum

Leland, MS   FEATURED

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The mission of the Mississippi Wildlife Heritage Museum is to preserve the history, heritage, and traditions of hunting, fishing, and the Great Outdoors in Mississippi; to honor the people that have been a part of it;and to educate the public […]

Biloxi Shrimping Trip

Biloxi, MS   FEATURED

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The pride & heritage of Biloxi comes alive aboard this unique & interesting cruise. The Biloxi Shrimping Trip exposes guests to the spectacular world of sea life caught on a real shrimping expedition. Upon leaving the harbor, the shrimping net is set […]

Pearl River Kayaks

Brandon, MS   FEATURED

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Pearl River Kayaks is a locally owned business in Brandon, Mississippi. Our goal is to introduce recreational kayaking to a wider audience & to provide a fun, affordable outdoor activity right here in Central Mississippi. We rent & deliver kayaks […]

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The Gateway to the Blues Museum and Visitors Center on Highway 61 is the first place many people see when they roll into Tunica. This rustic train depot, circa 1895, is a must-stop for travelers before and after a visit to […]