Things to do in Mississippi
Amazing Let’s Roam Jackson Scavenger Hunt: Pretty Mississippi!
Let’s Roam is the #1 app-led scavenger hunt company. Walk to all the best landmarks and hidden gems, answering trivia questions and solving challenges. Work with your team or compete against them, as you learn new facts and create memorable experiences. Let’s Roam Scavenger Hunts are great as an everyday activity, or for bachelorette parties, birthday parties, corporate team building events and more! Each player chooses an interactive role, with challenges varying by person.
Skip the Line: Beauvoir General Admission Ticket
Completed in 1852, Beauvoir is located in Biloxi, MS and was the last home of Jefferson Davis, the first and only President of the Confederate States of America. This general admission ticket provides access to the museum and grounds, where you'll have a "beautiful view" from its from front porch overlooking the Mississippi Sound. Davis purchased the home in 1879 as a quiet retreat to write his books and papers.
Skip the Line: GRAMMY Museum Mississippi General Admission Ticket
Enjoy an exciting celebration of the power of music, including cutting-edge exhibits, rare artifacts, films and interactives that provide a one-of-a-kind visitor experience. Spend an hour and a half exploring 28,000 square feet of interactive and multimedia exhibits located minutes from Dockery Farms, the B.B. King Museum, and the Crossroads, the birthplace of the blues. The Museum celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music, the history of the GRAMMY® Award and the impact of Mississippi’s songwriters, producers and musicians on the traditional and modern music landscape.
Skip the Line: Auburn Museum & Historic Home Ticket
Visit this historic home in Natchez, MS and get an up-close look at the columned portico style that defines so many old homes in the South. Home of the first Mississippi Attorney General Established this style of the columned portico in the South Freestanding spiral staircase National Historic Landmark
Historic Ghost Cemetery Walking Tour in Bay St. Louis
Historical ghost walk featuring real life tragic events, unrestful spirits both good and evil, and tales of the past. History and legends in the Bay told like never before while visiting old cemeteries, and historical landmarks. Come and walk Old Town Bay Saint Louis with ghost stories told like never before, Come and get away from it all. Come if you dare! You may purchase a closed container alcoholic or non alcoholic beverage if you want to walk with it in the historic district while out on the tour at the restaurant we meet at.
Hard Rock Cafe Biloxi
Rock your senses with a prix-fixe menu at the Biloxi Hard Rock Cafe. Classic American cooking comes to the heart of The Playground of the South, where you’ll enjoy a 2- or 3-course meal with your choice of theme. Each option comes with a drink (coffee, tea or soda) and dessert. Expect entrees like the classic cheeseburger, a half-rack of hickory-smoked ribs, salmon, steak and even some vegetarian options. Love All - Serve All!
Southern Biscuit Class 3pm with Chef Regina
You spend an hour with Chef Regina learning all the secrets of her famous butter biscuits. She sends you home with a gift bag that with tools needed to make at home. All ages love the biscuit class with Chef Regina
Historical Ghost Sunset and Night Boat Cruise
Where old souls are captured in the mist of the night. All tours embark at The Marina Marina down Bayou Caddy and beyond to destinations haunted by the past...Hear disturbing legends as we sail through the back bayous of the Mississippi Sound. Meet Mystic Molly as she narrates this one-of-a-kind tour. Enjoy the hour-long ride with soft drinks or beer, and a snack included.
Krampus Style Creepy Christmas Boat Cruise Shared Tour
Join The Ghost Boat and Celebrate the Season with Krampus Creepy Christmas Boat Cruise. Featuring the fractured fairy tale of Santa and the Rougarou out on the Bayou. Afternoon, sunset, and night cruises available, with a firepit at the creepy camp, and screened in boat to enjoy your creepy experience. Krampus style folklore and Christmas stories told like never before as you travel down creepy Bayou Caddy
Chef Regina's 10:00 am Saturday Biscuit & Brunch Class in Natchez
Chef Regina loves teaching her cooking techniques and recipes, so after retiring in December of 2020, after only three months she decided she had to reopen a cooking school because it is what she missed most. Chef Regina Charboneau is a Natchez native who has authored four cookbooks, she is considered one of the top Chefs in the South. She is known for her San Francisco restaurants, Regina's at the Regis and Biscuits and Blues. Since returning to Natchez she moved into her historic home, Twin Oaks circa 1832, she opened the very popular King's Tavern circa 1789 guests enjoyed wood fired flatbreads and pot pie then opened Regina's Kitchen at 312 Main Street. She closed all of her businesses during Covid, the Kitchen is now open with new management and Chef Regina does her cooking school and is enjoying a simpler life.
Trail ride on the farm
The final destination of the tour is one of the most beautiful, original, and preserved farms in the Mississippi Delta. The farm has been in my family for 4 generations.