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The museum is housed in a Carnegie Library built in 1912-13. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a Mississippi Landmark. Features rotating exhibitions, collections, and special events.
The Merrill Museum is home to the John S. McCain Collection, which contains memorabilia collected by the father and grandfather of United States Senator John McCain, whose family hails from Carroll County. The museum also contains extensive bottle and arrowhead collections, historic agricultural implements, and other memorabilia. It is housed in an 1834 building that was part of a row of buildings called Tobin Row. It is open by appointment.
Discover Mississippi's agricultural legacy as you step back in time.
Headquarters of the Tribal Government, Choctaw Museum, residential/school area and the fabulous Pearl River Resort, consisting of two casino hotels, two championship golf courses and a water park.
Hands-on and engaging exhibits and programs beckon all children to this dynamic museum. Explore cultural arts, science and technology, literacy, health and nutrition, and Mississippi heritage. Come play!
Restoration of the Soule' Steam Feed Works.
The Mississippi John Hurt Museum is the actual home of the late Mississippi John Hurt built the 1800's. Two hour tour include museum, home, church, historical marker, gravesite and Old Community Store where MS John Hurt played.
Mississippi’s largest art museum, the Mississippi Museum of Art holds an extensive collection of more than 4,000 works including the world’s largest collection by and relating to Mississippians and their culturally diverse heritage.
Meeting facility for Corporate events, Private events, weddings, reunions and motorcoach.
The 73,000 sq. ft. facility nestled against a 300-acre natural area showcases the state's rich natural heritage. Features life-like displays and living, breathing species.
This one of a kind petrified forest includes nature trail among the petrified logs, picnic area, museum and gift shop.
THE OFFICIAL TOURISM RESOURCE FOR THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI