Opened in 1986, but destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, rebuilt bigger and better and opened in August 2014 to preserve and interpret the maritime history and seafood heritage of Biloxi and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. We exhibit hundreds of one-of-a-kind artifacts and an unrivaled collection of vintage photography. We feature a 30′ gaff rigged cabin sloop, built in 1898 the “Nydia”. A shrimp peeling machine, and a 19th century fresnal lighthouse lens from Ship Island to name a few items. We also built and charter two 68′ 2 masted gaff rigged Biloxi Oyster Schooners, once known as the “White Winged Queens” which were used to harvest seafood in the late 1800s, early 1900s. Our Hurricane Gallery features film on Camille and Katrina.
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