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c. 1929-30 Built in the Italian Renaissance-style, the Hattiesburg Cultural Center is located in the Historic Library of Downtown Hattiesburg.
c. 1906. Temple houses the Goldstein Nelken Solomon Century of History Museum. The museum displays Greenville's Jewish History over the last half century.
c. 1890. World's only two-row stationary Dentzel Menagerie Carousel. Museum-quality artwork. National Landmark.
c. 1857-1859. Outstanding example of Greek Revival architecture built with skilled slave labor. Used as a hospital for Confederate wounded after the Battle of Raymond.
c. 1928. Mission style two-story Depot surrounded by park-like grounds. Site of the1966 Tennessee Williams written, Sidney Pollack directed film, "This Property is Condemned" starring Robert Redford and Natalie Wood.
Cedars Plantation, Wagner's Store and historic Christ Episcopal Church are part of what originally made up the old "Maryland Settlement." The community was part of Spanish Villa Gayoso. Many historic structures on a scenic-loop tour.
Booklet for a self guided tour of Clarke County.
Stop by the Tennessee Williams Welcome Center and pick up your walking tour brochure. The welcome center is your starting point.
Visitors to this charming town, established in 1850, will enjoy their stay with abundant shopping opportunities, great dining, and much more.
Tour Lafayette County Courthouse, City Hall and national historic landmarks. Brochure available from the Oxford CVB.
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