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During the summers of 1951 - 1957, the King of Rock 'n' Roll Elvis Presley stayed at this hotel in Ocean Springs. In addition to the accommodations, the grounds are popular for golf enthusiasts!
This Coastal Mississippi icon is almost 200 years old! It's also notable for having several female lightkeepers in its history.
Built in Pascagoula in 1757, this former house and current museum is the oldest standing confirmed structure in the Mississippi River Valley.
Built in 1922 by the "One Hundred Members Debating Benevolent Association," this historical landmark has acted as a center of social life and entertainment for the African American community in Coastal Mississippi. The building is now a popular venue for community events and concerts.
The Biloxi Shuckers, Coastal Mississippi's Minor League Baseball Team, currently play at this field which opened on June 6, 2015 in Biloxi.
This Biloxi museum was designed by internationally renowned architect Frank Gehry and pays homage to the thin-walled, metallic glazed pieces of 19th century native potter George E. Ohr.
This famed home in Ocean Springs is a Louis Sullivan/Frank Lloyd Wright original design, heralded as the first Modernist home. The beachfront property is often used for private events.
Ship Island is a home to this historic fort, a preserved brick fortification completed in 1868. Tours here are quite popular during Coastal Mississippi's warmer months.
Located on the University of Southern Mississippi's Long Beach campus, the most famous tree in Coastal Mississippi is more than 500 years old and is a perfect backdrop for a photo op.
Mississippi is home to two annual PGA Tour events with one being the Rapiscan Systems Classic of the PGA Champions Tour played at this golf course.