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L & N Historic Train Depot

1928 Depot Way, Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520-4548
+1 800-466-9048
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Worth a Visit

Others have mentioned the Carter Church Mardi Gras costumes on display and the Alice Mosley folk... read more

Reviewed April 7, 2017
John B
Little Rock, Arkansas
1920's Architecture

If you are an historic train depot fan, you might like this restored depot from the 1920's... read more

Reviewed March 2, 2017
Branson, Missouri
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1928 Depot Way, Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520-4548
+1 800-466-9048
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Reviewed April 7, 2017

Others have mentioned the Carter Church Mardi Gras costumes on display and the Alice Mosley folk art upstairs. Seems like the reviews for this and the Alice Mosley Folk Art & Museum ought to be combined since they're in the same building. Be sure to...More

1  Thank John B
Reviewed March 2, 2017

If you are an historic train depot fan, you might like this restored depot from the 1920's. Although there is little train memorabilia on display, the building, location and train traffic were rewarding. Currently on display are Mardi Gras costumes by designer Carter Church (stunning),...More

1  Thank GinNBerry
Reviewed February 3, 2017

A small museum, but worth the stop. Mardi Gras original Costumes, some Mississippi Blues History from the 30's up to B B King. The upstairs has the Folk Artist Alice Mosley Art work on display.

Thank grandmathreet
Reviewed February 2, 2017

This is an average museum depicting the charm of an old south train depot. The depot lobby displays change during the year and when I visited it was the Mardi Gras season, thus appropriately decorated with that theme. The staff is super friendly and knowledgeable...More

Thank Mike-TTME
Reviewed January 19, 2017

There are some great exhibits in the Depot. Events are held there from time to time. The building was renovated and repaired in 2006-7. Very close to downtown Bay St Louis. Worth stopping by to see this beautiful old building with a new purpose and...More

Thank Theresa P
Reviewed November 22, 2016

This depot was featured in the movie, This Property Is Condemned--a Tennessee Williams' classic. I had to check it out! Not much info about the movie inside, but beautiful Mardi Gras costumes on display and some history about the depot and Katrina destruction.

Thank Linda B
Reviewed November 1, 2016

Worth seeing for the local culture if this is your type of thing. Well laid out and tastefully done.

Thank Aaron Y
Reviewed October 13, 2016 via mobile

A great museum and train station. Lots to see and its well laid out and kept up well. Busy with a tour bus crowd but staff handled them well.

Thank Bernardo F
Reviewed September 27, 2016

Visited on a rainy day on a whim. Old L&N Depot that serves as a Museum for the paintings of folk artist Alice Mosely. Nice place to go in a pretty town.

Thank L D
Reviewed August 30, 2016

We loved the depot and the museum upstairs. The lady upstairs was very knowledgeable about Ms. Mosley's paintings and her life. It's well worth the price of admission (free) and the Mardi Gras costumes downstairs were nice too!

Thank John A
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