Some popular destinations in Mississippi include...
Dubbed the "Playground of the South," the Mississippi
Gulf Coast is fast becoming the best vacation value in North America. From
26 miles of scenic beaches to non-stop casino action, sophisticated shopping,
culture, history, arts, delectable cuisine and championship golf courses, the
Playground of the South has it all and everything in between. Twelve casinos
have brought the excitement of Las Vegas to the beach, with table games and
slot machines galore. All casinos are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Prepare to be enlightened as you discover Jackson,
Mississippi. From the hallways of history to the far reaches of the galaxy,
theres no shortage of things to explore here. Incredible, interactive
museums. Native crafts. Wild animals. Historic homes. A beautiful scenic highway
that lets you step back in time.
Natchez adorns the banks of the mighty Mississippi
with gracious homes, warm, friendly people and unlimited activities. Over 500
houses, churches and other buildings date back to before the Civil War. Most of
the other downtown area was built in the late 1800s - early 1900s.
The Gulf Coast's oldest town and major vacation center, Biloxi
was founded by the French in 1699 and occupied during the following centuries
by Spain, England, the West Florida Republic, the Confederate States, and the
United States. Biloxi boasts 26 miles of beachfront. Harbor excursions, sport-fishing
boats, golf courses, and casinos make Biloxi the center of a busy, popular playground.