Ocean Springs has lots of culture and lots of Artist. They are always having festivals and stuffs.
Shearwater Pottery is a small family-owned pottery founded in 1928 by Peter Anderson (1901-1984), with the support of his parents, George Walter Anderson and Annette McConnell Anderson. From the 1920s through the present day, the Pottery has produced art pottery, utilitarian ware, figurines, decorative tiles and other ceramic objects. Two of its most important designers were Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965) and his brother James McConnell Anderson (1907-1998). Although Shearwater was severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the workshop was rebuilt and restored by Jason Stebly. Pottery continues to be thrown by Peter’s son James Anderson and the latter's son Peter Wade Anderson, and decorated by Patricia Anderson Findeisen, Christopher Inglis Stebly, Adele Anderson Lawton and others. You can go to the pottery and watch them throw pots.
Mommy enjoys going to the Peter Anderson Festival and the Herb and Garden Fest in Ocean Springs every year. They has lots of neat stuff for you to look at, at both Festivals. Mommy doesn't take Fen & Tui to the Festivals but they do get to go to the Farmer's Market at the Train Depot when Mommy walks on Saturdays.
Ocean Springs has lots more neat stuffs, you can read all about it in our post Pip & Puddles come for a visit by Fenris.
Gulf Islands National Seashore (Davis Bayou) is one of Fenris and Tuiren's favorite places.