With travel on everyone’s mind, the desire to leave home, shake off quarantine fatigue, and see new sights has never been so palpable. And while devising your travel plans, safe and budget-friendly destinations have never been more attractive. Lucky for you, The Secret Coast fits the bill! And we have just the pass to ensure you see as much of our tri-county region as your visit allows - at a discounted price.
Featuring ten exciting attractions, the Pass will serve as your passport to the region’s local, coastal favorites. Instead of paying standard admission fees at each attraction, find huge savings by buying an Attractions Pass for one discounted price! With one-day, two-day, three-day, and annual pass options, you determine how much you spend and how much you see in the time frame that suits your visit. Each pass option is mobile-exclusive, instantly delivered via text and email, and grants you one admission to all ten area attractions featured on the pass. This touchless experience is easy, and more importantly, safe!
Passes start at $28 for children and $35 for adults. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience Coastal Mississippi’s favorite attractions AND save money in the process!
The Coastal Mississippi Attractions Pass is available for purchase at www.coastalmississippi.com/attraction-pass.
Check out the ten unique attractions included in the pass:
Built in 1852, this property was home to the former President of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis.
Erected in 1848, this cast iron beauty has long been a welcoming beacon for visitors to our Coast. It is the city’s signature landmark and has become a post-Katrina symbol of the city’s resolve and resilience.
Learn about the history and glamour of Coastal Mississippi’s Mardi Gras scene, with costumes from former kings and queens, throws, and memorabilia on display.
Discover fun at a nationally recognized children’s museum! 15,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits that encourage fun, learning and creativity.
Explore 300 years of history, heritage and culture of Biloxi and Coastal Mississippi, from immigrants’ stories, wooden boat building and shrimp-peeling machines, and wetland exhibits and marine resource management.
Representing education, conservation and community, the Mississippi Aquarium tells the incredible story of all of Mississippi's aquatic resources from the Delta to the coastline and the remarkable connection that ties all the state's natural resources uniquely together.
Learn about Mississippi’s aviation heritage and the heroes that forged it, from the Delta to the Gulf Coast and from the Alabama line to the Mississippi River.
Celebrating the innovative, independent and creative spirit of its namesake - Mississippi master potter George Ohr – the museum also promotes the diverse cultural heritage of Coastal Mississippi.
Adventure awaits at the Pascagoula River Audubon Center in Moss Point. The Center is the educational gateway to exploring the wondrous wildlife of the Pascagoula River basin.
Dedicated to Walter Anderson, 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 20th century.