Biloxi, Mississippi is known for its 24-hour gambling, Roofing contractors Biloxi MS concert entertainment shows and casino resort hotels. Located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Biloxi is next to coastal beaches and offers world-class golf courses, fishing, museums, local restaurants with fresh seafood and many travel destinations. To make your stay at Biloxi unforgettable, discover the best things to do and see in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Casinos: A trip to Biloxi wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the casino. Check out one of the top rated casinos below.
Beau Rivage Casino:
The Beau Rivage Casino offers entertainment for everyone–restaurants, a game room for kids, slot machines, shopping, charger boat fishing, nighttime entertainment, golf courses and gambling.
Imperial Palace reopened in 2005 and offers over 1,900 slots and over 60 table games. The casino has three floors including a separate 12-table Poker Room. The Imperial Palace also offers many fine dining restaurants. Visit one of their eight restaurants such as Carnaval de Brasil or Back Bay Buffet.
Isle of Capri Casino:
The Isle of Capri Casino offers 24-hour gaming and it next to golf courses, deep-sea fishing and beached. They have 31 table games including Blackjack, Craps, Mississippi Stud, Emperors Challenge and Roulette and over 1,300 slots, including Monopoly Super Money Grab, Top Gun Sensory Immersion Gaming and Invaders from the Planet Moolah.
Treasure Bay Casino:
Treasure Bay Casino is located in a pirate-themed resort. They have more than 800 slot and video poker machines, including traditional “reel” slot machines. Treasure Bay Casino offers games such as Sun & Moon, Tiki Torch, and Jade Monkey. Table games at Treasure Bay Casino include Bet the Set, Let it Ride Bonus, Fortune Pai Grow and Deuces Wild Hold’Em Fold’Em.
Sites to Visit in Biloxi: Below are some historic sites to visit in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Beauvoir is a grand plantation and the home to Jefferson Davis. This 51-acre site includes a Civil War Museum, a historic cemetery and Davis’s library. Take a guided tour of the 19th century house to learn about the history of the plantation and then explore one of the nature trails outside.
The Biloxi Lighthouse is the world’s only lighthouse located in the middle of a four-lane highway. You can see the historic landmark on the Shrimp Tour Train.
Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum:
This maritime museum has exhibits on shrimping, oystering and wooden boat building as well as charter boats, a shrimp peeling machine, and catboats.
Mardi Gras Museum:
The Mardi Gras museum is in a five-room house and displays Mari Gras costumes and exhibits.
Restaurants in Biloxi, Mississippi: When you crave some local food, check out the following restaurants:
– Ole Biloxi Schooner
– Memphis Q
– Long Kim Restaurant
– Fishermen’s Harbor Seafood
When you visit Biloxi, you can stay at one of the many casino hotels. For a relaxing vacation away from the hustle and bustle of casino life, look at gulf coast beach vacation packages and consider staying at one of the Biloxi beach resort condominiums or one of the Biloxi luxury resorts, which may include a theater with stadium seating, a children’s game room, and a kitchen.