122 Plaza Dr.
Hattiesburg, MS 39402
Phone: (601) 261-5555
Fax: (601) 271-2355
Lovely and intriguing, this garden features 750 hybrid-T and grandiflora patented bushes and is located on the front lawn of USM campus.
This two-story brick, seven-by-three bay building was built in 1929-30 in the style of Italian Renaissance. The main entrance to the building is on the 2nd floor. It now serves as the Hattiesburg Cultural Center.
The Hattiesburg Zoo or the Kamper Park Zoo is nestled within the Kamper Park. This zoo is home to animals like zebras, tigers, jaguars and so forth. This zoo also hosts field trips and similar activities on a regular basis. For more details, check website.
This remarkable zoo has something for everyone. The grounds feature Asian, Australian, Mississippi habitat, African veldt and Siberian tiger exhibit.
Built in 1909-10, its Gothic structure includes magnificent stained-glass windows and wood panel interior. It is also known for being one of the first churches organized in the city.
This museum honors the contributions of African-Americans in the military. Artifacts and historical documents span over 150 years.
This Neo-Classical Revival style building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This 744-acre park provides fishing and water sports in the 296-acre spring fed Geiger Lake, a visitors' center with game room, 16 cabin units, 108 RV sites, 25 tent sites, and a self-guided nature trail.
Love a good scare? The terror test is for you! This is Mississippi's largest indoor haunted attraction and is open the week before Halloween. State of the art props and live actors make this a hauntingly fun experience. No children under the age of 12 are allowed without an adult.
This lake is 150 acres and offers lots of outdoor fun and natural beauty.