Tupelo Visitors Center

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 timeline of Tupelo’s rich history, to displays focused on Elvis’ childhood in Tupelo as told like never before, the Tupelo Visitors Center will full prepare […]

Mississippi Hills Exhibit Center – Tupelo, MS

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 the Mississippi Delta

Children’s Museum of the Shoals

The Children’s Museum of the Shoals, Inc. is a unique community resource that offers hands-on exhibits and programs geared specifically to the developmental stages and needs of children. Our mission is to further classroom education and complement existing cultural and educational resources. The museum allows children the freedom both to play and to experience the […]

Tennessee Valley Museum of Art

A visual and theater arts center with rotating exhibits, juried art competitions, workshops for all ages. Includes the Helen Keller Festival of the Arts, a competition of works by Alabama visually impaired, blind, and/or deaf children, a permanent installation of a 3,000-pound petroglyph found in Colbert Country with the images carved by northwest natives 800 […]

Frank Lloyd Wright Rosenbaum Museum

A genuine work of art—from the floors to the furnishings to the faucets—the Rosenbaum House grows naturally from its surroundings, cascading down a 2-acre lot facing the Tennessee River. It is one of the purest examples of Usonian design (named for the USA) with open floor plans and rooms that naturally flow from one to […]

Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

Opens December 9, 2017 The Mississippi Civil Rights Museum shares the stories of a Mississippi movement that changed the world. Opening on December 9, 2017, the museum promotes a greater understanding of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement and its impact by highlighting the strength and sacrifices of its people. Visitors will witness the freedom struggle in […]

Museum of Mississippi History

Opens December 9, 2017 The Museum of Mississippi History encourages people to explore and appreciate our state’s history. We present rich and complex stories that illustrate how our shared past influences our future together. Located in the heart of downtown Jackson, the museum explores over 15,000 years of state history. Visitors will enjoy innovative exhibits, educational […]

Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center

A once in a lifetime opportunity awaits you inside the Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center. Located a stone’s throw from the State Capitol building, it’s just within walking distance of principal businesses and attractions in downtown Jackson. Through art, artifacts, and photography, the work, lifestyle, and artistic contributions of African Americans are celebrated, evoking […]

Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame & Museum

The Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum celebrates the Magnolia State’s incredibly rich history of producing world-class athletes and teams. The mission of the Museum is to preserve, protect and promote Mississippi’s rich sports heritage for this and future generations. Museum Hours: Monday – Saturday: 10AM – 4:00PM.

MDWFP Museum of Natural Science

The MDWFP Museum of Natural Science is located in Jackson, Mississippi, tucked within historic LeFleur’s Bluff State Park. The museum’s vast expanses of glass overlook a 300-acre natural landscape, an open-air amphitheater, and 2.5 miles of nature trails. Inside, meet over 200 living species in our 100,000 gallon aquarium network and explore 73,000 square feet […]

Mississippi Museum of Art

The Mississippi Museum of Art is one of Jackson’s premier attractions, conveniently located downtown alongside Thalia Mara Hall and the Jackson Convention Complex. The facility’s brilliant architectural makeover reflects the Museum’s mission to become a symbolic “museum without walls” – an inviting public space that offers relevant and meaningful cultural experiences to both the Jackson […]

Mississippi Children’s Museum

The mission of Mississippi Children’s Museum is to provide unparalleled experiences that ignite a thirst for discovery, knowledge, and learning in all children. The museum accomplishes this mission through hands-on and engaging exhibits and programs focusing on literacy, the arts, science, health and nutrition–the keys to helping our children mature into healthy and productive adult […]

Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum

The mission of the Mississippi Agriculture & Forestry Museum is to create an environment that communicates the value of past and present Mississippi agricultural lifestyles, relationships and practices and their relevance to the future of all people. Our vision is to cultivate an appreciation for Mississippi agriculture and create a memorable experience that inspires the […]

Eudora Welty House and Garden

For 76 years, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Eudora Welty lived and wrote in her Jackson home at 1119 Pinehurst Street. Her parents finished construction of the house in 1925, when Eudora was 16 years old and had recently graduated from high school. Restored by the Mississippi Department of Archives and History after her death in 2001, […]

Rhythm Night Club Memorial Museum

Rhythm Night Club Memorial Museum 5 St. Catherine Street 601.597.0557 601.442.6597

Natchez in Historic Photographs – Natchez, MS

Natchez in Historic Photographs 405 State Street- Stratton Chapel 601.442.2581

Delta Music Museum – Ferriday, LA

Delta Music Museum 218 Louisiana Avenue, Ferriday, Louisiana 318.757.9999 deltamusicmuseum.com

Museum of African-American History & Culture – Natchez, MS

Museum of African-American History & Culture 301 Main Street 601.445.0728 bit.ly/ntzMuseum