D'Iberville /diːˈaɪbərvɪl/ is a city in Harrison County, Mississippi, immediately north of Biloxi, across the Back Bay. As of the 2010 United States Census, it had a population of 9,486. It is part of the Gulfport–Biloxi Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Restaurants in D'Iberville
4.5 based on 196 reviews
This museum displays a collection of Anderson's paintings, sculptures and pottery.
I once had a t-shirt that said "troubled genius" which would be appropriate for this artist. We skipped the introductory film at the entrance which we later regretted but had a fortuitous meeting with a man who is an art teacher and gave us the story behind the artist and that really helped bring him to life. A real unique soul with a great gift which he shared with everyone. The exhibit space is small so they rotate works 4 times a year. I wish we lived here so I could see more.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
This is a beautiful building in and of itself. The staff went way beyond for us. They were just so cordial, friendly, and helpful giving us the names of people that could help us with some paper work. We couldn't have asked for any thing more. They gave us that Southern hospitality. Thanks.
4 based on 127 reviews
We enjoyed their new casino. It has high ceilings, is well lighted and didn’t smell like cigarette smoke and seemed to have many choices of slot machines.
5 based on 105 reviews
On our February visit to the Mississippi Gulf Coast, we probably crossed the Biloxi-Ocean Springs Bridge 8 times. Though we were staying in Biloxi (and then Gulfport), we visited Ocean Springs, and then the Gulf Hills, and D’Iberville areas a few times.
This is the fourth bridge between Biloxi and Ocean Springs, that I can recall, from growing up on the MS Gulf Coast. It is new, since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the previous bridge. Two others were also damaged by hurricanes, but were also in different locations. One can still be seen, as it is now a fishing pier, somewhat parallel to this new bridge. The first, that I recall, was very close to that alignment. Back in the 1950's, Hwy 90 turned north at Point Cadet, and met up with Howard Ave, making a sharp right turn, to the bridge. That bridge was a narrow, two-land affair, with a turntable section, over the channel into Back Bay Biloxi, to allow the commercial fishing boats, and sailboats to pass. It was a scary little structure, with but a tiny walkway, on the outside – just wide enough for one to fish, but with cars passing only feet away. That span was replaced in probably the late 1950's, with the span that one can still see – the dedicated fishing pier. The alignment was still from about Howard Ave. Then, in the late 1960's, or early 1970's (after the destruction by Hurricane Camille), Hwy 90 was realigned, in both Biloxi and Ocean Springs, and a new bridge was constructed in the same location, as the current bridge. Hurricane Katrina destroyed that bridge, and now, we have a lovely, six-lane span, without an opening, that allows traffic to flow easily across Back Bay. There is also a separate walkway/bike path, for the entire length – a far cry from that only narrow walkway, where one almost had to walk, with one foot directly in front of the other, and you could not cast your line into the Bay, without making sure to not hit a passing auto. This bridge is both functional, and beautiful, in its simplicity.
On this visit, besides driving over the bridge several times, we also explored it a bit more, at both ends. In June, I had explored the Biloxi side a bit, from Point Cadet Plaza, but we spent more time on this visit. We also explored the bridge, from the Ocean Springs side, which we had never done before. I was surprised to see a mini-park on the Ocean Springs side (just behind the Ocean Springs Yacht Club), with a mosaic mural, benches and plantings. I never knew that was there.
We still have not walked, or biked the bridge, so we have at least one more visit ahead of us. We have also not seen the evening lighting, so something to look forward to.
5 based on 28 reviews
Hint Hunter Puzzle Rooms are a fun and exciting experience like no other. Together with your friends, you begin your adventure in a specially themed room where you need to solve a series of puzzles - using only the items and hints provided in the room. Depending on the chosen escape room, there are only 30 or 60 minutes to progress through the storyline and find your way out!
We've done an escape room before and we were surprised that we'd have to partner with others (up to 8 people). This made us uncomfortable because with 3 kids in the room (1 was ours), we wanted them to have fun, but we also wanted...MoreThank you for your response. We have moved the notice about more than 1 group in a room at a time to a prominent place on our web page. Thank you again.
4 based on 40 reviews
Great cinema for seeing a movie. Have been here on three occasions and decided it needed a review.
Great seats. WOW. Electric reclining and comfortable. Quick and fast concessions, plus candy and snacks you can purchase by the pound.
Restrooms are a little too small when you have a big crowd.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Cypress Lanes is the premiere bowling and entertainment center on the Gulf Coast. Open late to accommodate your active lifestyle and offers great leagues, cosmic bowling, lunch specials, birthday parties, ladies night and so much more!
Family atmosphere clean, has a bar and grill but still family friendly. Sells socks to for the flip flop wearers.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
Beautiful, new baseball park across from the Beau Rivage Casino and the Biloxi beach. There is not a bad seat in the stadium! Plenty of free parking on the premises. It has a really nice concession stand with a good variety of food and beer. The Biloxi Shuckers' games are so fun to watch. There are also high school tournaments played there from time to time..
4.5 based on 868 reviews
Home of Ex-Confederate President of the Confederate States of America where he lived his remaining 12 years of his life (post-war) and where he wrote "The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government." Golf Carts are now available to rent. Guided tour of the home showing how life was lived by the President and his family and self guided grounds (Varina's Garden, Cemetery, and nature trail), Museum, separated into 3 sections: Rotating Gallery, Soldier's Exhibit, and President Davis Exhibit. Research Library including reference books to accommodate most genealogy research focused on the Civil War.
Great spot to hit if staying a day or two in Biloxi. Lots of room to walk around and see the offerings of the estate and library. Gift shop was well stocked with good stuff too. Very educational and lots to take in!
5 based on 65 reviews
Professionally guided diving duck hunting and light tackle fishing on the Mississippi Sound. Inshore, barrier island, and nearshore deep sea fishing for a variety of saltwater species. Redfish, flounders, sheepshead, white trout, ground mullet, speckled trout, Spanish mackerel, black drum, tripletail, Florida pompano, cobia, sharks, and more.
Went down with my son and grandson with less than optimal conditions. Almost no tide and blustery winds. Captain Brodie still managed to put us on fish. Around 115 white trout, 4 good redfish, 13 black drum, and about a half dozen croakers. Give him a try if you would like a good day of fishing.
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