Beauvoir, The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Library

2244 Beach Boulevard

Biloxi, MS 39531

Phone: (228) 388-4400

Beauvoir and the Jefferson Davis Presidential Library present a rich history of Jefferson Davis and his last home on a stunning 52 acre expanse on the Gulf Coast. The Beauvoir mansion is restored to 1889 when Davis lived in this house. Both the Library Pavilion and Hayes Cottages have been replicated as well as a cistern behind Beauvoir mansion.

The new Jefferson Davis Presidential Library and museum is open. The grounds also include a Confederate Cemetery where the Tomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier and the grave of Jefferson Davis' father, Samuel, are located. Varina Davis' Rose Garden has been restored.

Daily 9am to 5pm - admission charged.

Continuing through September leading up to our Annual Fall Muster in October, Beauvoir has Living History on the 3rd Saturday of every month. Come visit with our local Living Historians and learn about the life and times of a Civil War solider. Tour our beautiful property and the last home of Jefferson Davis.

  • Beauvoir - The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Library

  • May 4, 2019 - Sep 21, 2019

Meet the Spirits is a ghost hunt that takes place on the Beauvoir property. Guests will be divided into groups and taken to the different "hot spots" on the property to meet the spirits. Locations include the main home and the cemetery.

Hosted by the Southern Paranormal and Anomaly Research Society.

Come experience the sights and sounds of the 1800's here in Biloxi! Vendors, food, on the 52 acres of the Beauvoir property. Reenactors will have camp set up in the back, battles twice a day on Saturday and Sunday.

Recognized AAA Southern Travel Treasure 2011.

Santa, Cookies, Movie, Popcorn
Christmas Lights in Varina's Garden 
Open-House Tour

Saturday Night, December 21

1860's Christmas in Camp Reenactment

Beauvoir will celebrate its annual Confederate Flag Day, March 4, 2017.

March 4, 1861 marked when the First National Flag (Stars and Bars) was hoisted over the Confederate Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama. The Stars and Bars has and still flies over Beauvoir in recognition of the bill that was signed into law by Confederate President Jefferson Dais on March 4, 1865, creating the Third National Flag.

Beauvoir honors our Confederate ancestors. Guest speaker H.K. Edgerton, tribute for the Unknown Confederate Soldier, music by the Southern Strings Dulcimer Club, musket/cannon fire salute.

A family-friendly event at Beauvoir inside the Jefferson Davis Presidential Library Building celebrating Jefferson Davis' 211th birthday. Enjoy some cupcakes while you tour the museum and library, there will be period dressed tour guides to show you around the house every hour. 

We will also have Living Historians out and about on the property giving you a glimpse into what life was like when President Davis lived here.