Vietnam Veterans Replica Wall Memorial Located at Veterans Park just one mile south of I-22, Exit 87, the memorial is a permanent 300’black granite replica of the wall in Washington, […]
Tupelo’s heritage trails preserve Tupelo’s rich history through the interpretation of major sites on a Chickasaw native American Trail, Civil War Trail and Civil Rights & African American trail. Each […]Read More
The Lotz House is TripAdvisor’s No. 1 rated attraction in Franklin. Lotz House is located in the heart of downtown Franklin at “ground zero” for the Battle of Franklin, which […]
In 1830, Fountain Branch Carter built a brick farmhouse just south of downtown Franklin for his small family. On November 30, 1864, the Battle of Franklin raged across the fields south […]
On November 30, 1864, Carnton was witness to one of the bloodiest battles of the entire Civil War. Everything the McGavock family ever knew was forever changed. Carnton was built […]
The Tupelo Visitors Center is the perfect starting point for any trip to the city where anything is possible.From interactive exhibits that highlight the city’s top attractions and a collective […]
Mississippi Hills Exhibit Center The center displays little known facts about 3-country region known as “Hill Country” whose culture is heavily influenced by the intersection of the Applachian Region and […]
Milepost 78.3 – Battle of Raymond – This Civil War battle of the Vicksburg campaign in 1863 was fought nearby.
The Raymond Battlefield Park has a walking Trail with interpretive markers and cannon placement.
Commemorated in a park on Tupelo’s West Main Street is the Battle of Tupelo – the last major engagement of the Civil War in Mississippi.