Alice Moseley loved this depot and loved all the beautiful Live Oak trees that surround it and she would have been delighted that her beautiful folk art and her son's antiques have such a wonderful home. The Museum contains over 50 of Alice Moseley's original paintings and Tim Moseley's lifetime collection of art pottery, majolica, glass and primitive furniture. Playing at all times in the Museum is Alice Moseley on her DVD telling her stories and displaying for our visitors the unique and funny and talented person that she was. The Alice Moseley Museum is a Museum, but it is also an entertainment venue. Come to the Alice Moseley Museum and you will leave with a smile on your face and a love of an old lady whose favorite saying was, "Your reach should always exceed your grasp." She is still reaching out to you. Come see her Museum while you are in Bay St. Louis. Admission free. The museum is closed on Sundays and major holidays.
Drive through downtown Bay St. Louis and gaze upon "Heavenly Carved Wooden Angels", once beautiful live oaks are now works of art. Chainsaw sculptor, Dayle K. Lewis from Indiana transformed the tree trunks into “Angel Creations.”
The “Angels in the Bay” are located throughout the city:
The “Demontluzin Avenue Angel” was used as a life raft by three Katrina survivors and their dog.
This beach is located in the city of Bay St. Louis along the Gulf of Mexico. The city's miles of sandy beaches run along South Beach Boulevard. In town you will find many shops, restaurants, and lodging options.
Historic Bay St. Louis Walking, Bike or Driving Tour - Put on your walking shoes, bike around town, or drive for a self-guided tour of a historic Bay St. Louis. Visit the area where "This Property Is Condemned" movie was filmed in the sixties, the Angel Tree, 100 Men Hall, St. Rose de Lima Catholic Church, & more.
The Bay St. Louis motto, “A Place Apart,” speaks of an appreciation of diversity and a unique heritage that resident’s treasure. For over three centuries, Bay St. Louis has been home to colorful characters, and fanciful buildings.
Bay St Louis Mardi Gras Museum, located inside the historic train depot, features over a dozen elaborate Mardi Gras costumes. No admission charged.
Open Monday-Friday 9am to 4pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm
Bodega Adventure Rentals & Sales offers you a way to explore Bay St Louis by bike or golf cart. Take advantage of the Bay of Saint Louis on a Stand Up Paddle board or kayak. Open daily from 8am to 5pm.
Located at Hollywood Casino Gulf Coast - The Bridges Golf Club is Mississippi's only Arnold Palmer Signature golf course. Ranked among the Top 40 casino courses in the country and Top 10 courses in the state by Golf Digest and Golfweek magazines, the 18-hole masterpiece sits on the banks of Mississippi’s beautiful Bay of St. Louis.
The course sits on over 600 acres of moss-draped live oaks, stately pines, magnolias, and sweeping vistas of saltwater marsh, setting an the canvas for an extraordinary golf experience. This 6,900-yard, par 72-signature masterpiece is a work of art sculpted by one of the century's great players and nationally renowned golf course architect Arnold Palmer. Consistently rated among the top golf course architects in the country, Palmer has taken a superb gift of land and water and crafted it into a rare test of sport and spirit. Over 21 bridges, spanning nearly one mile in length, with bulkheads incorporated into the magnificent layout. The Bridges is the first resort golf course in the world to obtain Audubon International’s Certified Silver Signature status, which displays one of Palmer’s greatest design strengths of working in harmony with nature.
The 18-hole course features 6,841 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74 and it has a slope rating of 132.
Captain John Haller is the gulf coast premier saltwater guide. Light tackle fishing the Biloxi Marsh, Mississippi Sound, Chandeleur Sound, Lake Borgne, and Lake Pontchartrain areas. Specializing in sight casting to hard fighting shallow water redfish, speckled trout, flounder, tripletail, and much more "Cajun style".
Only 35 minutes north from New Orleans, LA. and west of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Casinos.
The beautiful Bay St. Louis train depot, built in 1928, houses the visitors center, where visitors can get information about businesses and attractions in the Bay St. Louis area, the Mardi Gras Museum, featuring beautiful Mardi Gras costumes and the Alice Moseley Folk Art and Antique Museum. The depot itself is set in a park like setting featuring many Live Oak trees, picnic tables, benches, and a walking path. Duck food can be purchased in the visitor center and many ducks and geese are waiting to be fed at the duck pond on the depot grounds. There is a lot to do and enjoy at the depot and to learn the history of this building and of the difficulties experienced in earlier times maintaining a railroad across the nearby Honey Island Swamp. The Alice Moseley Museum is an entertainment venue as much as it is a Museum and visitors to see Miss Alice usually leave the Museum with a smile on their face and a love of Alice Moseley in their hearts.
Shore Thing Fishing Charters targets speckled trout, redfish, triple tail, flounder and more in the beautiful waters of the Mississippi Sound, Chandeleur Sound, Biloxi Marsh, and Lake Borgne. Shore Thing Fishing Charters offers 8 boats, charters and the experience to put you on the fish.
The "Cat Island Experience" is an all-inclusive fishing package where fishing, lodging, food, and more are all included. Two to three night packages for small or large groups are available for this exotic fishing get-a-way.
Shore Thing Fishing Charters take care of everything including rods, reels, tackle, live bait, ice, drinks, snacks, fuel, and fish cleaning with every trip. Anglers under the age of 13 fish for free.
"This Property Is Condemned" is a 1966 classic film starring Robert Redford, Natalie Wood, Charles Bronson, & Mary Badham filmed mostly in Bay St Louis. Visit the Bay St Louis Depot which served as the Depot in the movie, the Depot District which served as the town, & the Starr Boarding House which served as the hub of social life in the small town.