Located on the original Natchez Trace, this park was created during America’s Bicentennial year, 1976. Several points of interest in the park: dirt mound with dirt taken from Krakow, Poland, Daughters of the American Revolution marker, and statue of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko.
Oprah Winfrey Road runs North of Highway 12 past Oprah’s first church, her family cemetery and the site of her birthplace. Drive by only.
c. 1899. A 100-year-old structure (formerly a Presbyterian church) built in Romanesque Revival style with stunning stained glass windows. The building also incorporates a Delta Gamma room with portraits of the founders. By appointment. 662.289.1226.
Spend some time browsing displays of local events, historic sites and interesting people of Kosciusko. Enjoy art exhibits by local artisans.
Includes a display of Tadeusz Kosicuszko, a Polish freedom fighter, local artisans, local celebrities and much more. Browse the museum while talking with our volunteer staff. Daily 9 a.m – 4 p.m.
Natchez Trace Pkwy., milepost 159.9
The history value of Kosciusko can be found either by foot or by automobile. Twenty-five historic structures included on tour. Our Historic District also has shopping, dining and overnight accommodations. All this surrounds the Attala County Courthouse , over 100 years old, and our beautiful Court Square.
Late-19th-Century markers. Self-guided tour. Daily 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.