Mississippi's Flagship City boasts incredible antebellum architecture and a rich 300-year history. Pirate Jean Lafitte, Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant, Zachary Taylor, and Jimmy Buffett all spent time in Pascagoula and considered it home, a hideaway or a respite throughout the years. Visit La Pointe-Krebs House, circa 1718, in all its rugged splendor with a panoramic view of Krebs Lake. Spend the afternoon at Scranton Nature Center at I.G. Levy Park, featuring a variety of exhibits. Or simply relax with a picnic at Beach Park for the day, overlooking the Mississippi Sound.
Pascagoula River Audubon Center, Moss Point
Come see the wondrous wildlife of the Pascagoula River basin, where you can see the animals up close and personal in our indoor display, and explore the plants of the region in our botanical gardens.
Round Island Lighthouse, Pascagoula
Once stood off the coast of Pascagoula on Round Island. It was moved to the mainland in 2010 and is whitewashed to reflect the look it had originally. Now it sits at the western gateway to the City welcoming visitors and residents alike.
Scranton Museum, Pascagoula
A 70’ Shrimp Boat (once a working shrimp boat) with exhibits. Glimpse the life and ways of coastal shrimpers. Docked in River Park, floating on the Pascagoula River it provides a unique setting to learn about many Gulf Coast marine topics.
Scranton Nature Center, Pascagoula
Sea life, birds, mammals, rocks, minerals, fossils and insects are among the exhibits. The exhibits are complemented with artwork to give a natural setting to what visitors will experience. Adults love this place as much as children!
This pass can be purchased at the following locations:
Pascagoula Recreation Center, 2935 Pascagoula Street
LaPointe-Krebs House and Museum, 4602 Fort Street, Tue-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-3pm
Pascagoula River Audubon Center, 5107 Arthur Street, Tue-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-3pm
Round Island Lighthouse, 815 Cypress Avenue, Fri-Sat 10am-5pm
Scranton Museum, 4100 Clark Street, Fri-Sat 10am-5pm
Scranton Nature Center, 3928 Nathan Hale Street, Tue-Sat 10am-5pm