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Pick-your-own strawberries and pumpkins
Brussel’s Bonsai is the largest importer and grower of fine bonsai in the United States with over 100,000 square feet of greenhouse space.
The first marker on the Mississippi Freedom Trail was placed outside Bryant's Grocery in Money, Mississippi on May 18, 2011. This was the location that 14-year-old Emmett Till whistled at a white woman in 1955 and was murdered days later.
A real working farm providing agritainment.
This antique heritage village, located on Centennial Family Farm, preserves our farming heritage with displays of how our ancestors lived and the machines with which they worked. Pumpkin patch, petting zoo quilts, Civil War re-enactment.
For the “Classic Car Enthusiast”…a visit to Busted Wrench Garage, Museum, & Gift Shop is an absolute MUST. Classic cars, motorcycles, and even boats displayed in a 6,000 square foot exhibit hall. The display is three-dimensional, and lined with plaques, antique posters, and other nostalgic mementos along the walls, with the assortment changing from time-to-time. You may never see the same thing twice. In addition to the museum, there is an automotive gift shop on site featuring just about anything a car enthusiast could want.
Launched on July 14, 1862 from the Navy Yard in Yazoo City, the ironclad ram "Arkansas" helped to end the first exclusively naval siege of Vicksburg. View the historical marker and read more about the "Arkansas."
The Cabin on the Bogue was the site of a 1965 plantation workers' site.
Museum honors the soldiers that trained for action in World War II at Camp Van Dorn near Centreville from 1942-1945. This unique museum honors the more than 40,000 troops that trained in this very primitive camp.
Multimedia interactive museum with interviews on topics ranging from slavery, civil rights, early African American businesses, education, family, and music. Sister Thea Boman exhibit.
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