Labor Day Weekend Rainout? Try These 6 Indoor Spots

The Mississippi Gulf Coast offers an endless amount of beautiful scenery and opportunities for outdoor activities. But, if this weekend turns into a rainout don’t fret! Here are a few great indoor ideas for family fun.

Salvation Army Kroc Center - Biloxi

With more than 50,000 square feet of facility there’s much to see and do at the Kroc Center in Biloxi. They house an impressive indoor aquatics center that features a lap pool, recreational pool and water play area with slides, splash pads and sprays. The center also offers health & fitness programs, as well as art & music programs.

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Galactic Golf - Bay St. Louis

Bay St. Louis – Grab your putter, scorecard and glow in the dark ball for a round of indoor mini-golf.  Galactic Golf isn’t your average mini-golf course. They have 18 wild and fantastic mini-golf holes that glow in the dark!

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Lynn Meadows Discovery Center - Gulfport

At Mississippi’s first children’s museum families can play, interact and learn through 15,000 square feet of exhibits at The Lynn Meadows Discovery Center. In addition to hands on exhibits, the museum also offers community programs, classes and camps.

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Infinity Science Center

Pearlington – Space: the final frontier. Here you can explore outer space while keeping your feet on the ground. Through a flight simulator, interactive kiosks and space memorabilia, NASA’s state of the art welcome center aims to inspire the next generation of explorers.

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Mullet Hop Trampoline Park - D'Iberville

D’Iberville – Here, the kids will have a great time while burning off some energy. Trampolines line the entire 18,000 square foot facility that include a trampoline dodgeball arena and much more. A nice plus is that it has indoor access to its next door neighbor, Cypress Lanes Bowling Alley.

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Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum - Biloxi

Located in the city once nicknamed ‘The Seafood Capital of the World’, this museum explores the fascinating history of maritime and seafood industry along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The majority of the building was actually built around the centerpiece attraction, 118 year old marine vessel, Nydia. Children in particular love seeing the lighthouse light at the main entrance.

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