Famous Hard Rock Cafe is conveniently located within the Hard Rock Casino and Resort, only 900 feet from The French Townhouse.
Things to do near Hard Rock Cafe
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- 20.23 mi0.23 mi from Hard Rock Cafe3 reviews
Beautiful house. Ugly attitudes. If you can have the house without it's staff it's great. If you don't mind being berated on your wedding day, having your friends and family disrespected, snapped at, served hot drinks and not getting what you've been promised or paid for then this is where it's at. Was treated extremely rude by the managers daughter, ...Popular withBackpackers
- 30.21 mi0.21 mi from Hard Rock Cafe1 review
Just a hop, skip and a jump from the French Townhouse....an EASY walk! Charter a deep sea fishing trip, or take a ride on the Tour Bus or local Tour Train to learn little known facts about historic Biloxi (located in harbor parking lot). While you're there, why not grab something delicious to eat at McElroy's Seafood Restaurant....great breakfasts, lunches ...
- 40.17 mi0.17 mi from Hard Rock Cafe1 review
Located right around the corner from The French Townhouse, this is a great walk. Located directly behind Mary Mahoney's Restaurant (why not grab lunch while on this little walk). This unique art gallery filled with local art is located on Water Street (so named because this is the street where the rising waters stopped during Hurricane Katrina), houses the works ...
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- 60.83 mi0.83 mi from Hard Rock Cafe4 reviews
Less than 1 mile from the French Townhouse. FREE!! Plenty to read about and view regarding Biloxi's colorful and long history. Brand new, state-of-the-art. Make this one of your first stops. The audio tour is long, so hit the highlights. It's worth the time and will orient you to the area, plus it's a great way to get some culture ...
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- 90.94 mi0.94 mi from Hard Rock Cafe2 reviews
Just down the road from The French Townhouse, about 4 minutes away. The Ohr-O'Keefe Museum houses the works of world famous George Ohr (The Mad Potter of Biloxi, circa 1878-1901) and other extremely renowned and talented potters and artists. The museum, a modern stainless steel structure with separate 'pods' which house different artists works, was designed by world renowned architect, ...
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Founded in 1961 as the Biloxi Shrimp Train, this open-air train gives an impressive 90 minute tour of Biloxi's top attractions, from its historic homes, government seats and monuments, such as its towering lighthouse.Popular withHistoryLocal
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- 130.35 mi0.35 mi from Hard Rock Cafe2 reviews
This Circa 1920's theater is a grand dame of theaters. Recently renovated back to it's original Art Deco` style, it where you can catch performances by the Gulf Coast Symphony, the ballet, and various singers and speakers. The building itself is worth a visit.
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- 150.49 mi0.49 mi from Hard Rock Cafe1 review
Less than 1 mile from The French Townhouse, this brand-new and state-of-the-art library and civic building replaced those that were destroyed in Katrina with millions in Federal and State funds. This is a beautiful, modern facility.
- 161.4 mi1.4 mi from Hard Rock Cafe4 reviews
The Old Brick House in Biloxi, Mississippi was built in 1850 by the Mayor of Biloxi, John Henley. It's situated right on the bay, and has a beautiful view of the water. The house was damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, but has been restored.Popular withHistory
- 173.78 mi3.78 mi from Hard Rock Cafe5 reviews
Great museum about a great artist. Great day trip from Pass Christian.Popular withTrendstersHistoryStudents
- 184.25 mi4.25 mi from Hard Rock Cafe4 reviews
Check for Friday night openings. Great fun.
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- 204.97 mi4.97 mi from Hard Rock Cafe3 reviews
This is a must for history buffs! The last home of Jefferson Davis, the only president of the Confederacy, was horrifically damaged in Hurricane Katrina. National, State and Local funds helped meticulously restore this mansion to it's historically accurate orginal grandeur.Popular withHistory