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    Explore and experience what the Mississippi Gulf Coast has to offer.

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    Events and Festivals

    Find Mississippi events and festivals that may be near you.

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    Things to See & Do

    Museums
    Mississippi's rich artistic history is evident in the many galleries and museums throughout the state.

    Gaming & Casinos
    Mississippi is a major destination for gaming enthusiasts.

    Tourism Destinations
    View a list of major tourism attractions in the state.

    Parks & Recreation
    Mississippi has many state parks with opportunities for hiking, camping, and water sports.

    Plan Your Trip
    Plan you trip across the state.

    Reserve a State Park Campground

    Natchez Trace
    This ancient trail starts in Natchez and is the definition of "scenic drive".

     
     

    Places to Eat

    Best Places to Eat in Mississippi

    VisitJackson.com Dining Guide

    List of Mississippi Eateries​

    Notable Eateries

    Mary Mahoney's Old French House Restaurant 
    116 Rue Magnolia, Biloxi, MS 39530-4216

    Little Tokyo Restaurant 
    4800 I-55 North, Jackson, MS 39211-5555

    City Bagel Cafe 
    511 University Drive, Starkville, MS 39759-3355

    Trapani's Eatery 
    116 North Beach Boulevard,Bay St Louis, MS 39520-4508

    Long Beach Lookout 
    718 S Cleveland Ave,Long Beach,MS,39560

     
     

    Cities & Areas to Visit

    Jackson
    Learn more about Mississippi's capital and largest city.

    Clarksdale
    Enter the heart of the delta and blues country.

    Corinth
    Learn more about this historically significant city.

    DeSoto County
    Minutes from Memphis, the "top of Mississippi" offers a wide range of activities.

    Hattiesburg
    Learn more about this culturally vibrant city.

    Meridian
    A small city with a wealth of cultural and historical attractions.

    Natchez
    Established in 1716, this city on the Mississippi river is a true southern gem.

    Tupelo
    The birthplace of Elvis and the headquarters for the Natchez Trace Parkway.

    Vicksburg
    Learn more about the river city known as the "key to the south".

    Mississippi Gulf Coast | West Coast | Gulf Coast | Ocean Springs
    Home to the world's longest manmade beach, Mississippi's gulf coast covers three counties and over a dozen cities.