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This museum, scheduled to open in the Summer of 2014 is dedicated to the history of Mardi Gras along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The museum is located in the Magnolia Hotel, the only surviving antibellum hotel structure in the area. The museum gift...more
Another little gem found via a flyer whilst travelling around.
Has a number of costumes from parades over the years. Showing the workmanship and man hours that goes into each costume.
Upstairs was another little museum for a local artist, along with works of art...More
Beautiful costumes at this museum, its very small so don't expect to spend the day here. If you are looking for a little South La/Biloxi Mardi Gras culture if you aren't from this area, check it out.. if you are from this area you may...More
“THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED TILL MID-WINTER FOR RENOVATIONS” SO DON’T PLAN A VISIT HERE, 05/12/18 me and the wife were gonna check this place out but they are closed. Will plan another time to come revisit just wanted to give people a heads up!
When I was growing up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, only Biloxi had any sort of Mardi Gras celebration, and parade. Otherwise, one had to go to Mobile, to the east, or New Orleans, to the west, for “Fat Tuesday.” Now, it seems that every...More