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Biloxi's casinos draw gamblers far and wide – and they're a big part of the city's tourism and history. Many of the area's casinos are connected to megaresorts that bring in millions of dollars for the city, and they have certainly seen some changes (and improvements) over the years. All of the city's casinos were originally floating gaming spots: They were required by Mississippi law to be built on barges separate from the land communities (in an attempt to isolate gaming activity from the general public). But when Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005 all the casinos were either severely damaged or completely destroyed. A new law allowed the casinos to be rebuilt on land and hoteliers invested in the construction of new or refurbished casinos.

Some of the most popular gaming spots in Biloxi include the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi, IP Casino Resort Spa, Harrah's Gulf Coast and Treasure Bay Casino and Hotel. These properties are not only home to casinos but also offer accommodations and amenities like spas, fitness centers and pools. Beau Rivage also boasts a theater that receives rave reviews and has featured acts like Jay Leno, ZZ Top and Martina McBride. When it comes to gambling, the casinos host everything from table games, roulette and slots to poker rooms and high-stakes card lounges.

Harrah's and Treasure Bay earn praise from previous visitors thanks to their games' low buy-ins and the friendly demeanors of the staff waitresses and dealers. The Beau Rivage, Hard Rock and IP casinos are described as being a little more upscale (and more expensive) and exceptionally clean, plus travelers say the dining options here are not only varied but all very tasty.

You'll find Treasure Bay, Harrah's, Hard Rock and Beau Rivage on the southern side of Biloxi, along the Gulf Coast, and the IP Casino Resort Spa on the northern side of Biloxi, overlooking Biloxi Bay. Each casino offers different restaurants, gaming options and amenities. For more information, visit the individual properties' websites or see the city of Biloxi's listing of casinos on its website.

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#1 Biloxi Lighthouse One of the first cast-iron lighthouses built in the South, the Biloxi Lighthouse is one of the city's most revered landmarks. Erected in 1848, it was operated by local ... Read more » LuMag00 / Flickr

#2 Ship Island About 12 miles off the coast of Biloxi, Ship Island is a popular daytrip for families. Once there, you can relax on the beach with its glistening white sands or ... Read more » Edibobb / Wikimedia Commons

#3 MGM Park Home to the Biloxi Shuckers, the Double-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers, MGM Park is a fairly new stadium. The baseball field opened to the public in June 2015 and ... Read more » Courtesy of Benton Reed Photography

#4 Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art If you're a fan of abstract art, you'll love the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum's modern ceramics and sculptures. The campus was designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry and ... Read more » Robert Brooks / Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art

#5 Beauvoir Beauvoir was the retirement home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis, and it's a must-see for Civil War enthusiasts. The main residence – a Louisiana-raised, cottage-style plantation with a smaller, single-room ... Read more » ncpttmedia / Flickr

#6 Hurricane Katrina Memorial Hurricane Katrina took a large toll on Biloxi. It decimated its casinos, damaged its famous lighthouse and took the lives of hundreds along the Gulf Coast. This 12-foot-tall black granite ... Read more » Courtesy of fema.gov

#7 Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum This museum was established in 1986 to shed light on the area's maritime history and its importance to Biloxi. It was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the ... Read more » Deb Perry / Getty Images

#8 Casinos Biloxi's casinos draw gamblers far and wide – and they're a big part of the city's tourism and history. Many of the area's casinos are connected to ... Read more » Michael Blann / Getty Images

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The Beauvoir complex consists of the east cottage and the main house, as well as a presidential library and Confederate cemetery. ncpttmedia / Flickr

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