Bring it back to the ’60s. This is what life was like for a Stetson Law student living in the Moorish Castle.
Gulfport Florida History
By the pier, in front of the old library, and along the historic trolley route, three new historic markers have landed in Gulfport.
The Gulfport Historical Society changes with new partnership with the Gulfport City Council to update the History Museum and Art Center.
Over nearly a century, the building known as Gulfport’s Holiday Inn has hosted tourists, diners, and folks looking for a cheap haircut. Now restoration work is bringing back some of that former glory.
The Gulfport Historical Society’s Amanda Hagood tells of how the city’s most famous wrecked ship – the Mary Disston – might not be wrecked here at all.