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Alice Moseley Folk Art and Antique Museum

Historic Train Depot, 1928 Depot Way, Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520
+1 228-467-9223
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Antique Maison owner

I knew Alice Mosley and her work before she received National Art Awards.She was very uplifting... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sylvia Y
Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi
via mobile
Fantastic! Don't miss this.

Donna, talked us through our tour. She made the paintings come alive. Her enthusiasm is... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Bette B L
El Paso
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Alice Moseley loved this depot and loved all the beautiful Live Oak trees that surround it and she would have been delighted that her beautiful folk art and her son's antiques have such a wonderful home. The Museum contains over 50 of Alice Moseley's original paintings and Tim Moseley's lifetime collection of art pottery, majolica, glass and primitive furniture. Playing at all times in the Museum is Alice Moseley on her DVD telling her stories and displaying for our visitors the unique and funny and talented person that she was. The Alice Moseley Museum is a Museum, but it is also an entertainment venue. Come to the Alice Moseley Museum and you will leave with a smile on your face and a love of an old lady whose favorite saying was, "Your reach should always exceed your grasp." She is still reaching out to you. Come see her Museum while you are in Bay St. Louis. Admission free. Museum Curator Geri Bleau will show you around.
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Historic Train Depot, 1928 Depot Way, Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520
+1 228-467-9223

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I knew Alice Mosley and her work before she received National Art Awards.She was very uplifting and talented

Thank Sylvia Y
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Donna, talked us through our tour. She made the paintings come alive. Her enthusiasm is contagious. The paintings and other memorabilia are beautiful. Be sure donate to keep this treasure going.More

1  Thank Bette B L
Tim M, Owner at Alice Moseley Folk Art and Antique Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Bette, thank you for your kind words and I agree with you Donna does an outstanding job telling the stories and showing the paintings of my mom. I also appreciate your appreciation of the museum contents as I have enjoyed a lifetime of collecting my...More

Reviewed 16 August 2017

Great renovation on this historic building. Wonderful that Alice Moseley's artwork is there. This building was very important to Bay St Louis. Glad it has been repurpues

2  Thank Theresa P
Reviewed 15 July 2017

We expected to find a weekly farmer's market (it moved to a new location), and instead spent a delightful hour learning about the history of Bay St. Louis, viewing an impressive collection of Mardi Gras memorabilia, and on the second floor admiring the folk art...More

Thank Nolafan2164
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

Learned some interesting things about Ms. Mosley she has some interesting painting and the story behind them. Wished I could have met her, If you like folk art I would definitely recommend stopping here to see her work.

Thank Peggy F
Reviewed 8 May 2017

This free museum is worth a visit for sure! The lady running the museum is a gem herself. You can tell she is very passionate about art and Alice Moseley. She easily and happily answered all of our questions and taught us so much. This...More

1  Thank 522travelbug522
Reviewed 3 April 2017

The Alice Moseley Museum was a total surprise. We had gone to the visitors' center downstairs and the lady there told us about the Museum on the 2nd floor. Alice Moseley was a Bay St. Louis resident and did all of the paintings in the...More

1  Thank Robert L
Reviewed 2 April 2017

I loved this museum!! The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable about Alice Moseley's life! I love the stories and the paintings that tell stories. Spent at least a wonderful hour there!!

1  Thank Lucky080
Reviewed 25 February 2017

Alice Moseley's Blue House across the street is a perfect addition to the museum visit to experience art and creating. Local artist Ann Adele Blackledge (Nettles) does a great job of keeping the artistic spirit alive @ The Blue House. Her love of art and...More

1  Thank S M
Reviewed 4 February 2017

This free museum captures the character and spirit of folk artist, Alice Moseley, who took up painting at 60, moved to Bay St. Louis at 79, and lived there as a beloved local until she passed at 94. There is a nice collection of her...More

2  Thank Hikrbabe
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Tim M
4 June 2016|
Response from Tim M | Property representative |
Come learn about Charlie Patton,Mississippi John Hurt, Skip James,Son House,Howling Wolf,Honeyboy Edwards,Muddy Waters,B. B. King,Dewey Phillips,Elvis,Carl Perkins,Jerry Lee Lewis,Johnny Cash, Dickey Lee,Ike Turner, Rosetta... More
Tim M
8 March 2015|
Response from N L | Reviewed this property |
That's great, Tim! Just thinking about her "Three Sheets to the Wind" makes me smile now.