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From space exploration to crabbing from the seawall, visitors can have it all in a compact area with spacious green spaces to savor each experience on Mississippi's West Coast.  Everything and nothing is traditional about Mississippi's West Coast...  eclectic shopping for fashion, art and mementos, or browsing through the Kate Lobrano House to better understand the area's history. A long walk on the beach, the excitement of gaming, your senses are never assaulted, but intrigued and energized by all of your choices.

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Depot District
Activities   >  Historic Attractions
Area near the Historic Train Depot featuring specialty shops, art galleries, historic homes, restaurants, lounges and coffee shops. Nestled under rows of century old live oaks, it provides a wonderful place to shop or just relax.
Address: Bookter Street & Union , Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
Historic Bay St. Louis City Hall
Activities   >  Historic Attractions
Built in 1905, this classic Roman and Greek revival architectural marvel is a Mississippi landmark building and survived both Hurricane Camille (1968) and Katrina (2005). City Park sits next door, with the "Shoo-Fly Oak", a beautiful oak tree hosting a wraparound deck. Tennis courts and playground are open to the public.
Address: 302 South Second Street , Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
Website: baysaintlouiscity.com/
Historic L & N Train Depot
Activities   >  Historic Attractions
Admission: Free. This two-story mission style depot was built in 1928 and is surrounded by park-like grounds. A "Mississippi Landmark", it was once the heartbeat of the County and the backdrop for the classic Tennessee Williams film, "This Property is Condemned" starring Robert Redford and Natalie Wood. The Depot is home to the Hancock County Tourism Bureau and Visitor Center.
Address: 1928 Depot Way , Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
Phone: 228-463-9222 /800-466-9048
Website: www.mswestcoast.org
Kate Lobrano House - Hancock County Historical Society
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Admission: Free. Browse the photos and documents depicting life in this small town before and after Hurricane Katrina. Historical data and special collections.
Address: 108 Cue Street , Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
Phone: 228-467-4090
Website: www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com
Kiln "Moonshine" Tours
Activities   >  Historic Attractions
Drive your own car and follow the leader. Hear Moonshine stories by the Moonshine author at each place of interest. Have lunch at Dempsey's Seafood & Steak in Kiln. Buy tours online for $10 per person.
Address: P.O. Box 6184 , Diamondhead, MS 39525
Phone: 228-222-0445
Website: www.Kilnmoonshinetour.com
Mississippi Armed Forces Museum
Activities   >  Historic Attractions
Admission: Free. Tour Mississippi's only state operated museum dedicated exclusively to our military history. 16,000 square feet of artifacts and dioramas representing all branches of the military. Gift Shop.
Address: Building 850 , Camp Shelby, MS 39407
Phone: 601-558-2757
Website: www.armedforcesmuseum.us
Our Lady of the Gulf Catholic Church
Activities   >  Historic Attractions
Begun in 1907, completed in 1926, the fifth oldest Catholic parish in Mississippi. Stained glass, Italian art High Altar, marble and ceiling illustrations make this Church overwhelming as it overlooks the Gulf of Mexico
Address: 228 South Beach Blvd , Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
Phone: 228-467-6509
Website: www.olgchurch.net
St. Rose de Lima Catholic Church
Activities   >  Historic Attractions
Admission: Donation. Founded in 1926, it is one of the most vibrant and integrated churches in South Mississippi. The St. Rose Choir is nationally known and two CDs are credited to their name and one to the men's choir. "Christ in the Oaks", the mural across the sanctuary creates a sense of awe and majesty to all who enter.
Address: 301 South Neicase Avenue , Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
Phone: 228-467-7347 /228-463-9222
Website: www.strosedelimabsl.org
St. Stanislaus College
Activities   >  Historic Attractions
Admission: Donation. Brothers of the Sacred Heart have been running this boys Catholic boarding school since 1854. Set on the water's edge under ancient oaks, St. Stanislaus boasts some notable alumni including Doc Blanchard, famed Army football player who was the Heisman, Maxwell and Sullivan trophy winner. (on display unless on temporary loan to a museum)
Address: 304 South Beach Blvd , Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
Phone: 228-467-9057
Website: www.ststan.com
The Trust Bed & Breakfast Tour
Activities   >  Historic Attractions
Admission: $4 per person. This Circa 1850 home is filled with antiques and stories of the past. Visit Old South grandeur and the gracious living of a bygone era in the Historic Depot District of Bay Saint Louis.
Address: 204 Bookter Street , Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
Phone: 800-331-9046 /228-467-5715
War & Peace - The T.F. Monti Private Model Collection
Activities   >  Historic Attractions
4,000 model ships, autos, aircraft & military armor. Admission is free. Please call for an appointment to view this exceptional private collection.
Address: 117-B Hwy 90 , Waveland, MS 39576
Phone: 228-216-7409
Website: www.tfmonti.com/
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