Reviews of Hurricane Katrina Memorial (Tourist Attraction)

133 Main St, Biloxi, MS 39530, United States

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This Tourist Attraction is classified in the category of Monument.

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REVIEWS OF Hurricane Katrina Memorial IN Mississippi

Jill Hinkle

Nice little memorial, hard to believe how much water came ashore.

David Reidle

Victor Hunt

Kemper Fencible

Respect

Loria Pitre

It was over whelming to see all of the artifacts in the glass case left behind by the hurricane. At the same time it was beautiful memorial.

Omar O'Besso

Pretty impressive

Christopher Mason

I was at the Sea food festival... Hot... crowded... But fun

Scott Hogrell

Augusta Gordon

A very emotional feeling to realize what the people faced to what it is now.

Sarah Wolff

Jeannette Townley

Karen Harrison

It was really nice.

Mike Szaroleta

Beautiful and powerful. Could use some maintenance.

Frank Philips

Leonor Rust

It was a pretty memorial in a very nice park. However, does need some touching up.

MS. Michelle

Aimee Yup

The memorial is beautiful and very eye opening. I highly recommend visitors to the area to go by this memorial. It is a great reminder of not only the devastation that Biloxi and surrounding areas went through but also of their strength and perseverance.

Kathy TurtleToo Kent

Beautiful monument. Bolixi Town Green, hard reminders of the devistation hurricanes can cause.

Gary Rice

Hugo Hackenbush

Homeless folks meandering about. Empty alcohol bottles on the ground. The memorial itself is OK. It's in a park / open space with a gazebo.

Gerald Bryant

It hold so much in our hearts.

Amy Mathews

A list of those who died or are still missing from Katrina, along with a pole showing the water line. I was pregnant with my daughter when we fled from and lost everything to Katrina. Her brothers still remember it like it just happened but now that she is a teenager, it is important for her to know what everyone went through.

Cathalina T

Chasity Holmes

It's a very humbling and beautiful memorial, but could definitely use some upkeep. There also seems to be a homeless/drug use problem at the tree. Men and women were high and sleeping at the memorial with about 4 cops directly across the street! I enjoyed it, but would have more had there not been trash everywhere and people doing drugs 10 feet from my kids.

Brandy Sims

Informative

Niandrea Carthanss

Bob Bakken

Always impressive. Especially that it was built in five days. A marker also shows the high water mark. Cannot imagine that water got that high.

Lily Cookson

What a surreal place. Heartfelt

Jorge mcdonel

Mike Moss

A nice work of art in honor of those who didn't make it. Worth the short walk from the parking area to check it out.

just jacob11

First time seeing it. It's a deep part of history

Omar Newsome

Very educational did not water got that high

Shannon Womack

Lauren Long

Alan Schultz

Too many homeless people hanging around. Very uncomfortable.

Trevor Bingham

Pretty cool display of some of the debris that was found.

julian desemar jr

Liked it but sad

Diana Dopp

It is small but it packs a powerful statement. Just a moving tribute!

Michael Brown

Very small and unimpressive.

Steven Capobianco

What we went through and the lives that were lost and the lives that were saved. How the people of the coast came together. I believe it should have been a larger monument. But our politicians rather in large their pockets. Some people still are yet to recover from it. And lots of family and friends will never see each other again. But you can for sure bet that our city, county and state leaders are doing great. JS. Greed is a terrible thing. But in the end we all get what we sowed. I pray for all of the people, friends, family that this storm affected.

reva johnson

Love history, whether recent or past

Edwyn Henderson

It was humbling..so amazing how high flood waters were and the number if dead and missing still..could not imagine the damage and destruction

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It sad but at least they got something

Beverly Smith

The memorial itself was beautiful. There was a lot of trash and homeless people hanging around.

stephanie herrada

Sad

Gary Reed

Norm Selvog

Autumn Sims

Disappointed .. the memorial itself was beautifully done.. area wasnt well kept .. alot of homeless visit this area .. sleep. Hangout etc ... had one approach me and my family while reading the plaque .. kinda sketchy but he told his story.. I listened and he then went on his day!! ..

Brandon Strong

Mark K

came here to geocache. Seems like there is drug use at the large tree every time I come here

Jan Settles

Darlene Korman

Bill Read

Small but respectful place to reflect. Park dedicated to the local victims of Katrina.

Rebecca Reed

Rachel Ulman

Very impressed. I have been to New Orleans and Mississippi a few times since I am glad they did something for the loss of life and property

Misty Robichaux Duet

Edward Wise

Nice place.

Amanda Moore

Beautiful memorial

David E

David Boland

A little run down but still makes one reflect back on the hurricane and the damage it inflicted.

ALFredo C

The true Ground Zero where Hurricane Katrina made its 3rd and Final Landfall Waveland, Mississippi on East and not New Orleans. It’s Non-Profit works only on Donations. The Guides were so friendly and helpful that I will return again.

Richard Svagerko

Lynn Bouchillon

Was a sad day

Codi CoCo Campbell

Hieu Nguyen

Jean Beinemann

Nice. Somber.

tammy jenkins

Mary Jarrett

Shanna Collins

Unique finds displayed after Katrina

Petteri Vartiainen

Wanda Wolfe

Very nice!

thomas edwardson

You can see the forces of mother nature.

Yvonne Burkes

Nice place

Enrique Garcia

Jeffrey Mank

Sad history.

Joseph Bullington

Definitely need to see this when in Biloxi!

Rafael Trindade

A beautiful tribute to the city that lived a moment of devastation. reminding all citizens.

tohper Hanson

Tess Bond

It was very thought-provoking and brought back memories of that time along the Gulf Coast. Sad to see some of the deterioration of the memorial.

kris bob

Joshua Harrison

It was clean and a nice stop to walk and stretch, after the long drive to gamble! Check it out it's interesting enough.

Sonya breland

Jayla McElroy

Rob Umberger

Writing a review for a memorial is a bit difficult. The exhibit had a good link to the local community as it displayed items contributed from some of the people and families impacted by Katrina. The exhibit was tastefully done, it was in a good location, and definitely conveyed the impact Katrina had on the community.

Bruce Clarke

Great memorial - A must visit if you are in the area

John Correia

Nice, but, I wouldn't plan a special day around it. If you're exploring, it cool to come up on

suzi kloiber

Humbling

Shelia Robertson

Rayne Lynlee Phillips

Need to make it known its there!

Valerie Linda

Clay Hall

Beautiful memorial

Justicr Taylor

Ashley Ragsdale

angela lee

Small but powerful

Bryan Robertson

Karen Morris

tammy wandell

Michelle Hyde

Nice and informative memorial.

Richard Green

Linda Rael

Great memorial for such a tragic event.

deb lasby

Was interesting and sad But a wonderful idea to have a standing forever monument.

paul davis

demarco Wilson

Pamela Christmas

Susan DeHaro

Joseph Davis

Surreal.

Ben Dalsing

Susan Kellar

I SHOWED this to some family member that knew I was there when Katrina hit. Still do sad

Frank Nguyen

A good place to sit and relax

Mary Prioleau

LaUrYn CrAnDaLL

Tiffany Owen

David Smith

You have to pay attention to see it, but worth the stop!

Bailey Robbins

dawn whitaker

Very moving and beautiful

Joshua Clinton

Doye Miller

Very beautiful and moving. Makes you feel blessed every day you wake up.

Sarah Sensabaugh

So glad this was built- Thank you!

Jayla May

Iliana Vargas

Very beautiful

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YVONNE LOUISE

Olina Nelson

Kenneth Nielsen

Check out the high water marks the keep gett higher 5feet higher then the previous storm makes you wonder how much more before Biloxi will be around

James Hayse

Its a must see You feel the love for loss one and the way it tell there story

Cindy Pollock

Lori Bergman

Well done.

Sreekanth Miryala

Nice location.

Belenda Ryan

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