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Enjoy outdoor exhibits depicting Vicksburg's rich history. Explore playful areas, gardens, fountains, art murals and unique exhibits.
Decorative handmade pottery, known for unique designs that differentiate from other local lines. Ever changing, Tab strives to be a trend setter, pushing the clay to its limits. Member of the Craftsman's Guild of Mississippi.
Adjacent to the DeSoto Civic Center, the theater has family productions throughout the year. Shows like Diary of Anne Frank, The Sound of Music and Shenandoah are just a few, as well as a summer camp program and holiday productions.
The Center is housed in the former E.E. Bass Junior High School by renowned architect A. Hays and built in 1929. The gallery displays seven exhibitions per year with one week between shows. Go to their website for the most current schedule.
108 year-old, fully restored carousel is open every Saturday for rides between 3:00pm--5:00pm, also can be rented for parties and special occasions.
Ethel Wright Mohamed is often referred to as the "Grandma Moses of Stitchery". View over 100 stitchery memory pictures that are representative of Mississippi Delta family life. Many of her pieces are on permanent display at the Smithsonian Institute.
A folk art sculpture garden where life size frogs and other amphibians are displayed.
Retail markets and Farmer's Market. Features farmers and Artisans throughout the area.
John "Puddin'" Moore has been handcrafting steel artwork here for more than forty years.
Art gallery featuring pottery, paintings and jewelry by Mississippi artists and craftsman.
c. 1929-30 Built in the Italian Renaissance-style, the Hattiesburg Cultural Center is located in the Historic Library of Downtown Hattiesburg.
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