Bay St Louis Historic L&N Train Depot

1928 Depot Way

Bay St Louis, MS 39520

Phone: (228) 463-9222 | Tollfree: (800) 466-9048

The “depot,” is a two-story building with mission style design. The train depot, (c. 1928), is surrounded by park-like grounds, and once served as the centerpiece of the film, “This Property is Condemned” starring Robert Redford and Natalie Wood. The historic L & N Train Depot is designated a “Mississippi Landmark,” and currently houses the Hancock County Tourism, Bay St Louis Mardi Gras Museum, and Alice Moseley Folk Art Museum. Located across from the "depot" is "Depot Row" which houses several shops and restaurants.

  • Historic Train Depot

  • Sep 9, 2017 - Sep 10, 2017

Arts and Craft show features handmade goods such as jewelry, ceramics and woodwork from artists from all over the South.  Easy access to downtown shopping, restaurants, campgrounds, hotels and casinos in one of Southern Living Magazine’s “Top 50 Places to be in the South.” 

  • Downtown Bay St. Louis & Depot Row, Bay St. Louis

  • Nov 17, 2017 - Jan 1, 2018

Tentative Dates

Beautiful century old Live Oaks decorated with illuminated snowflakes. Throughout the Bay St Louis and Waveland area. Click here for a complete schedule of events through Bay St Louis, Waveland, Pearlington, Kiln and Diamondhead.

  • Bay St. Louis Train Depot

  • Nov 23, 2017

Tentative Date:

Thanks & Giving go together, what better way to say thanks than by giving back our loveable furry friends that are in need from our local community?

The 5th Annual Fit First Turkey Trot will be held in downtown Bay St. Louis to benefit the Friends of the Animal Shelter. The Turkey Trot will consist of a 5K CERTIFIED ROUTE and a 1 mile Fun Run. The race begins at 8:00 AM starting at the Bay St. Louis Train Depot, trotting through Old Town Bay Saint Louis, reaching the beautiful Beach Boulevard & being completely stuffed for the finish back at the Depot!

Please bring pet food, treats, or toys as part of your race entry!

  • Downtown Bay St. Louis

  • Dec 2, 2017

The parade starts at Necaise and Main to Beach Blvd and ends at The Depot District with 5th Annual Snowflakes & Sugarplums Festival.