Whether you want to get lost in an art museum or explore a quirky seaside gallery, The Secret Coast is the perfect place to indulge your inner art-enthusiast. One of our favorite ways to spend an art-filled day on the Coast is traveling from town to town and viewing the multitude of public art installations and murals scattered around our region.

From large-scale murals in the middle of downtowns to beach-front sculptures, Coastal Mississippi is brimming with art of all kinds – perfect for a day of picture taking, exploring and getting in touch with your artsy side. Luckily, we’ve created a list of all the best public art spots, so read on for our Official Guide to Coastal Mississippi’s Public Art Installations.

See how many you can enjoy in one day (and don’t forget to tag us on social media!)


Bay St. Louis

  • 100 Men Hall Mural303 Union Street

Bay St. Louis Public Art: 100 Men Hall Mural

Photo Courtesy of Coastal Mississippi

 

  • Angel Trees - Various Locations

    Bay St. Louis Public Art: Angel Trees

Photo Courtesy of Coastal Mississippi

 

  • All Are Welcome Here - Old Town Bay St. Louis

Bay St. Louis Public Art: All Are Welcome Here

Photo Courtesy of Fun Money Mom

Mural designed by Ann Madden and executed by the community during Hancock County's Arts Alive Festival

 

Biloxi

  • Magnolias - 773 Jackson Street

Biloxi Public Art: Magnolias

Photo Courtesy of Trevor Reid

 

  • The Casquette Girls - 871 Howard Avenue

Biloxi Public Art: Casquette Girls

Photo Courtesy of Trevor Reid

 

  • Biloxi Bird - 647 Howard Avenue

Biloxi Public Art: Biloxi Bird

Photo Courtesy of Trevor Reid

 

  • Camille at 50 - 115 1st Street

Biloxi Public Art: Camille at 50

Photo Courtesy of Trevor Reid

 

  • Mahoney’s CafeUnder I-110 Overpass

Biloxi Public Art: Mahoney's

Photo Courtesy of Trevor Reid

 

  • The Golden Fisherman - 115 1st Street

Biloxi Public Art: Golden Fisherman

Photo Courtesy of Trevor Reid

 

  • Katrina Memorial133 Main Street

Biloxi Public Art: Katrina Memorial

Photo Courtesy of Trevor Reid

View additional Biloxi public art installations here.

 

Gautier

  • Nature’s Playground Sculpture - Dolphin Drive next to Singing River Mall, Highway 90

Gautier Public Art: Nature's Playground Sculpture

 

 

Gulfport

  • Fishbone Alley  - 1609 14th Street

Gulfport Public Art: Fishbone Alley

Photo Courtesy of Coastal Mississippi

 

  • Marshall Jesus Sculpture - 438 Silver Ridge

Gulfport Public Art: Marshall Jesus Sculpture

 

Ocean Springs

  • Crooked Feather #17 Sculpture500 Bienville Boulevard

Ocean Springs Public Art: Crooked Feather

Photo Courtesy of Downtown Ocean Springs

 

  • All One People604 Porter Avenue

Ocean Springs Public Art: All One People

Photo Courtesy of Eat Drink Love Catering

 

  • Ocean Springs-Biloxi Bridge Mural 

Ocean Springs Public Art: Bridge Mural

Photo Courtesy of The Inn at Ocean Springs

  • D’Iberville Standing Watch in Fort Maurepas Park409 Front Beach Drive

Ocean Springs Public Art: D'Iberville at Fort Maurepas

Photo Courtesy of Downtown Ocean Springs

 

  • William Ludwig Sculptures1000 Washington Avenue

Ocean Springs Public Art: William Ludwig Sculpture

Photo Courtesy of Foxy Little Turtle

 

  • Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce Sculpture Garden1000 Washington Avenue

Ocean Springs Public Art: Chamber Sculpture Garden

 

As you cruise down Highway 90 and visit our coastal towns, keep your eyes open for even more art installations!