Coastal Mississippi Attractions Pass
The Coastal Mississippi Attractions Pass is your passport to the region’s local, coastal favorites. It includes one cost of entry to eight must-see attractions, all for the wallet-friendly price of $45. It never expires, so you can see it all at once or save some fun for next time!
These passes are available for purchase at any of these businesses. Click here for terms and conditions
Beauvoir Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library | Biloxi
Built in 1852, this property was home to the former President of the Confederate States of America, in 1878. It is here that he wrote his memoirs of the Civil War.
Biloxi Lighthouse, Biloxi
Erected in 1848, this cast iron beauty has long been a welcoming beacon for visitors to our Coast. And it’s great for photo ops by day and by night.
INFINITY Science Center, Pearlington
Here, you’ll get to see an F-1 rocket engine, build your very own inventions and experience out-of-this-world simulators all in one visit. Who knew science could be so much fun?
Lynn Meadows Discovery Center, Gulfport
Mississippi's first children's museum offers a History Hotel, teleporting you back to Mississippi in the 1890’s, The Port for your little fishermen and little fisher ladies, arts and crafts, science exhibits and more.
Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum, Biloxi
From wooden boat building and shrimp-peeling machines to wetland exhibits and marine resource management, learn about this important industry of our coastal community.
Ohr-O'keefe Museum of Art, Biloxi
Come enjoy the art of the self-proclaimed “Mad Potter of Biloxi.” Innovative in his use of clay, it’s believed that George Ohr was an influence in our country’s abstract-expressionist movement.
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.
Walter Anderson Museum of Art, Ocean Springs
See the beauty of Mississippi’s past, captured by watercolors and displayed on ceramics and woodcarvings. Walter Anderson’s art is a window into the early 20th century and features the plants, animals and people of the time.