Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum

28th annual Biloxian Made Good

Tonight at the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum, the Biloxi Bay Chamber is hosting the 28th annual Biloxian Made Good. This event honors an individual who has gone beyond his or…

Sound Heritage Exhibit at the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum

Starting tomorrow, head over to the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum to check out a wonderful art exhibit. Ocean Springs artist William Colgin will have his work on display which is titled ‘Sound Heritage.’ Colgin says the project involved…

Pinta will return to Biloxi January 29th

Later this month, families on the Coast will have the chance to step back in time and explore a piece of nautical history. The Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum announced today that the Pinta will dock at…

Sea and Sail Adventure campers head to Deer Island

It was a beautiful day to go sailing and that’s just what a group of South Mississippi youngsters did today. Seven weeks and going strong and on this day, it was smooth sailing for campers with the Sea and Sail…

Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum is back up and running

Like the industries the museum embodies, the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum has faced its challenges and snags over the years. But now, the South Mississippi Museum is back up and running to show and tell stories our Coast was…

Discover the Nina and the Pinta

After a weather delay this week, you can now go see replicas of the Pinta and the Nina of Columbus’ ships. They are docked at the Maritime and Seafood Industry’s Schooner Pier Complex on Beach Boulevard in Biloxi. The ships…

2020 Oyster Ball Drop

Hundreds are packed into the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum tonight to bring in the New Year. It’s one of the biggest New Year’s celebrations on the Coast. News 25’s Andrew Scherer has more.

2020 New Year’s Eve Oyster Ball Drop

Looking for something to get into for the New Year? Well, the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum will drop the ball in 2020: the oyster ball! The festivities are endless with live entertainment, great food, delicious drinks, and party favors…

2019 Heritage Hall of Fame nominations

The Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum in Biloxi is now accepting nominations for the Heritage Hall of Fame Class of 2019. The Heritage Hall of Fame was established to recognize the individual contributions to the Maritime and Seafood Industry here…

Hurricane Camille events this weekend

Hurricane Camille made landfall on the Coast on August 17th 50 years ago, devastating those here in South Mississippi. The Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum will host a variety of events over the weekend to remember the Category 5 hurricane.…

Sea-N-Sail Adventure Camp

The Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum welcomed boys and girls from across the Gulf Coast today for the last week of their summer camp. Children ages six to 12 embark on a week of fun and learning. Campers will do…

‘Camille at 50’ Luncheon

Members of the community gathered today to hear stories and recollections of Hurricane Camille. This week’s edition of the ‘Camille Conversations’ Luncheon at the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum in Biloxi featured three retired employees from Mississippi Power who helped…

Remembering Hurricane Camille

Biloxi residents gathered today to remember and discuss the anniversary of Hurricane Camille. Biloxi Mayor FoFo Gilich talked with residents and exchanged stories over lunch as part of the Camille Conversations exhibit at the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum. Hurricane…

“Camille at 50: She was no Lady” exhibit

As for Hurricane Camille, she was no lady as any South Mississippian who lived through the storm back in 1969 will tell you. You can still get to know more about her thanks to an exhibit in Biloxi. The Maritime…