At the Alice Moseley Folk Art & Antique Museum discover how folk art impacts our culture and history thru interactive tours where visitors are asked to use observation skills and expression of ideas.
Tour Beauvoir, Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library, and learn about architecture, the daily lives of soldiers, the life of Jefferson Davis – from his career as a soldier until his death.
The Biloxi Lighthouse was erected in 1848 and was one of the first cast-iron lighthouses in the South. The lighthouse has been kept by female keepers for more years than any other lighthouse in the US.
Grand Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve offers activities at our habitats so visitors can experience the reserve’s unique biological, geological, historical and cultural wonders.
Explore history, geology and ecology with a trip to Gulf Islands National Seashore. Self-guided and staff-led programs allow visitors to collaborate in hands-on discovery of the park.
Hattiesburg Zoo, on 12-acres, features over 100 species of animals including tiger, tapir, capybara, zebras, alpacas, primates, birds, reptiles, flamingos, and various attractions and hands-on activities.
The INFINITY Science Center offers exhibits and hands-on activities from the depths of the ocean to the farthest reaches of space. Highlights: Science Exploration Classes; STEM; and the Biome Boardwalk.
Institute For Marine Mammal Studies offers Ocean Adventures for a fun, educational, and hands-on marine science experience.
The Lauren Rogers Museum of Art consists of five collections: American art, European paintings, Native American baskets, Japanese Ukiyo-e prints, and British Georgian silver. Special day for 4th graders: Choctaw Days.