Pascagoula is the county seat of Jackson County, Mississippi and is home to around 27,000 people. Located along the Gulf Coast and a sleepy fishing village before World War II, Pascagoula is now a major industrial city and has also come to be known as "Mississippi's Flagship City." Visit the city and see its beautiful grand oaks and its splendid antebellum houses, as well as experience its old South charm and breezy, pleasant ambiance with a bus rental and charter in Pascagoula, Mississippi.
Arts on the Avenue is a community art center in downtown Pascagoula that features an art gallery, art classrooms, and a pottery studio. The center showcases works by local painters, jewelry makers, sculptors, photographers, and other artisans.
For more local art, you can also check out the Jolly McCarty Depot Art Gallery. The art gallery hosts changing exhibits that showcase original paintings, pottery, prints, and photos, among other artworks. It is also the home of the Singing River Art Association.
You may also want to visit the city in time for the Zonta Arts & Crafts Festival every last Saturday of October. The festival, which takes place at the Downtown Plaza of Pascagoula, features arts and crafts vendors as well as live entertainment and activities in order to generate funds to support community service projects that promote the status of women.
Get on a bus rental and charter in Pascagoula, Mississippi and visit the city's historical sites. You can start by visiting the three national historic districts where you can see a concentration of historic structures. These districts are Front Street Historic District, Krebsville Historic District, and Orange Avenue Historic District.
There are also several houses listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Some of these are the Bellevue (1850), Captain Willie Bodden House (1910), Anna C. Brash House (1900), Captain F. L. Clinton House (1906), Colle Company Housing (1895), Captain Herman H. Colle, Sr., House (1880), DeJean House (1906), Mayor Ebb Ford House (1900), Eugene Gautier House (1906), Adam Gautier House (1905), George Frentz House (1879), Walter Gautier House (1882), Lemuel D. Herrick House (1899), and William Hughes House (1899).
The register also includes these historic sites and landmarks:
You should also check out the Old Spanish Fort or La Pointe-Krebs House, which was built between 1772 and 1780 and is considered to be the oldest standing structure in Mississippi.
Ask your bus rental and charter in Pascagoula, Mississippi to take you to Anchor Square, which is the newest specialty shopping and dining destination in the Gulf Coast. It is a collection of 16 cottages arranged around a charming boardwalk and town green. The cottages house an eclectic mix of restaurants, shops, studios, and galleries.
You should also check out The Palace Gifts & Cafe Downtown, which is a nice local restaurant with fantastic seafood.
You can play a round of golf at the Pascagoula Country Club, a 9-hole facility that features over 3,000 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par 36.
For nature and outdoor enthusiasts, go to the Scranton's Nature Center at I.G. Levy Park. It is surrounded by a beautiful lake and a two-mile cedar chip walking track. It also has a 2,000-square foot museum that houses owls, snake fossils and assorted sea life.
Go see the Mississippi Maritime and Warship Museum, a naval and maritime museum, learning center and attraction. There's also the Scranton Shrimp Boat Museum, where you can find a wheelhouse, galley, shrimping ted, net display, bunkroom, wetlands diorama, and three 180-gallon aquariums.
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