7 Things You're Missing In Biloxi, Mississippi
The charming town of Biloxi has lots to offer those who'd like to take a little trip to the Gulf Coast. With gorgeous scenic views, a fantastic art museum, and some of the best seafood around – you'll want to stop and stay awhile. After Hurricane Katrina, a lot of rebuilding has been done in the area. But, the activities and sights in Biloxi are back and better than ever. Families can go out on shrimping expeditions, tap into their Jimmy Buffett side (doesn't that sound nice?), and even cook their catch at local restaurants like Shaggy's and Morton's.
1. The New Margaritaville Resort
You’ll find a lazy river, slides, a swim-up bar, a climbing wall, and plenty of dining options. Plus, the whole joint's themed after Jimmy Buffett's laid-back attitude – so it feels like paradise.
2. Chartered Fishing Trips with Captain Jay or Captain Kenny
These two Biloxi natives were selected for the 2016 Legendary Captains and Crew Award, and will take you on the ride of your life. Be sure to keep an eye out for your catch!
3. Cooking Your Catch
Spent the day out fishing? Local restaurants like Shaggy’s Biloxi Beach and upscale Morton’s The Steakhouse will cook up your fresh catch for you.
4. The Striking Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art
Designed by famed architect Frank Gehry, this museum features over 300 artists. If you're bringing the whole family to Biloxi, you may want to reserve a few hours to browse.
5. The Newly-Renovated White House Hotel
Built in 1895, this hotel is classic Southern on the outside, and sleek and modern on the inside.
6. A 70-minute Biloxi Shrimping Trip expedition
Schedule your trip around sunrise or sunset for beautiful gulf scenes. This one-of-a-kind experience is perfect for families with older kids or a girlfriend getaway.
7. Seeing The Shuckers Hit Grand Slams
The Milwaukee Brewers’ AA affiliate, the Biloxi Shuckers, play in MGM Park. The park actually offers a view of Mississippi Sound and has some fantastic local craft beer.
Exploring the Rue Magnolia Arts District
Our favorites? Almost Circle Gallery and the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation.