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875 Beach Boulevard

Price & Hours

Game ticket prices vary
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2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend
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  • 4.0Value
  • 4.5Facilities
  • 4.0Atmosphere

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 houses concession stands, a lounge and a team store. In addition to baseball games, MGM Park hosts concerts. But of course, the big draw is America's favorite pastime.

Visitors say this stadium is in great condition and love the hometown vibe it offers, with many noting they especially enjoyed the fun between-inning contests and entertainment. However, some warn the prices for food and drinks trend on the high side, so plan to fill your stomachs before you head into the game to save some money.

MGM Park is located just north of the Beau Rivage Hotel & Casino and parking is available on-site. Ticket prices vary depending on the day and opponent. Tours can be arranged on nongame days; visitors must call in advance to schedule and book. For more information, check out the stadium's website

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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 Biloxians – including a handful of female lightkeepers – until 1939 when the U.S. Coast Guard adopted the post. Today, the lighthouse has survived the shoreline's devastation by many a hurricane (Hurricane Katrina's storm surge waters covered a third of the 64-foot-tall lighthouse) and stands as a symbol of the city's resolve.

Recent visitors loved this historic lighthouse, noting its beauty and praising the views of the Gulf Coast from above. And while some said the structure itself is on the small side, travelers said taking the tour is worth it as the guides offer more information on the lighthouse's purpose, history and resilience through the years.

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