Labor Day in Biloxi, Mississippi is a lot of fun for the whole family. There is a lot to do in this great city. The Biloxi Lighthouse off Highway 90 and Porter venue is the first cast metal lighthouse in the south. Adults are $2 and Seniors $1. The Saenger Theater is another great place to go on Labor Day. It is a building that is from 1929. It was first built to show films and vaudeville singers and now is a performing arts center. The Beauvoir is on Beach Boulevard and is the Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library. It is a National Historical Landmark and is on 51 acres. Labor Day is not complete until you go to the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum. It is on the Biloxi peninsula. It brings maritime history to life. Another great place to visit is the Tullis Toledano Manor and was built 1856 as a wedding present for Matilde Pradat by her husband Christoval Toledano. It is restored as a historic house museum. Any and all of these events are great for Labor Day. Bring your whole family and spend the day learning about the history of Biloxi, Mississppi.