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Center of the Blues Universe
Museum of many aprons dating from the Civil War to present.
Meals begin with an appetizer of fresh figs stuffed with cream cheese or liver pâté and cucumber slice on a triangle of pumpernickel bread. Alongside a cornbread muffin, a cup of homemade vegetable soup follows soon thereafter containing the freshest veggies plucked out of the nearby garden. Enjoy homemade chicken salad, meatloaf or chicken or shrimp.
The Mississippi Opry proudly presents fun-filled family nights of music entertainment of all musical genres. Concessions available. For details about our talent line-up contact Sharon Fiveash 601.331.6672.
Outstanding facility for weddings, parties, corporate events, and just about anything you can think of. “The South” is located in a gorgeous old warehouse and can hold 2000 people for a reception. Throughout the building you'll find art and antiques for sale. And, to make things even more interesting, it also has a player piano. All food functions are catered by Fresh Cut Caterers, exclusively. Loft apartments on the upper floor. Lots of parking available.
Spend a day in out-of-the-ordinary places soaking in the sights and stories of Stone County, where a bit of magic awaits you around every corner. It's why we always say, "We told you so."
Lifelike murals as panels on the Vicksburg floodwall are the canvas capturing the City of Vicksburg's crucial past, present and future roles in American history, commerce, culture, religion and technology.
As the oldest chartered community theater in Mississippi, the Vicksburg Theatre Guild has offered live theater for over 70 years. Home of the longest running melodrama, as recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records: Gold in the Hills. Plays begin at 7:30 p.m. Fri - Sat except Fairy Tale Theatre at 7 p.m. All Sun performances at 2 p.m. T
Since 1956, the W. M. Whittington Little Theater, (also known as the Greenwood Little Theatre) has entertained and enriched the community and surrounding areas by providing a venue for those with an interest in theater and providing an outlet for their creative talents and spirit.
Weschler School (1894), a pioneering public school for African-Americans.
The Westside Theatre Foundation exists to expand the creative talents and explore the artistic boundaries of performers and audiences in the Vicksburg area, physically, emotionally and intellectually.
THE OFFICIAL TOURISM RESOURCE FOR THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI