African-American Military History Museum

305 E. 6th St. East 6th Street USO Building 601.450.1942
The museum displays African-American military history artifacts spanning 150 years.  Due to extensive tornado damage, the building is closed for renovation.

Hattiesburg Arts Council Gallery

723 Main St. (601) 583-6005
Located in the Hattiesburg Cultural Center, this gallery features a permanent collection of works by noted Mississippi artists including Walter Anderson, Marshall Bouldin, Bill Dunlap, Marie Hull, Ed McGowin, Theora Hamlett, George Thurmond, Amy Guist and others. The HAC Gallery presents periodic special exhibits as well. Open 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday – Friday.

Hattiesburg Area Historical Society Museum

723 Main Street (601) 582-5460
Located in the Hattiesburg Cultural Center, this museum collection consists of materials donated by members and friends. The collection includes city directories, high school annuals and composite pictures, uniforms, old photographs, furnishings, household goods, and information on homes, industries, and buildings. Open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 4:30 p.m. or by appointment.

Kress Gallery

500 Main Street (Kress Building)
The Kress Gallery showcases the work of the members of South Mississippi Art Association. Exhibits change periodically and are on view 24-hours a day in the front windows.

Oddfellows Gallery

119 Front St. (601) 544-5777
Located in the heart of Downtown Hattiesburg
 OddFellows Gallery occupies a beautifully restored 3-story building originally built in 1899. Specializing in fine art. Some of the regions best artists are represented there and exhibits change often. The third floor Ceremonial Room often features musical performances and is available for meetings and receptions. Hours, Wed. – Sat. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

HAC’s Open Studio

The Little Gallery