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Glitz, glamour, golf and more
Center of the Blues Universe
The museum contains an array of interactive exhibitory: touch-screen television kiosks accessing archival footage, achievement data, biographical information and more.
Aquaculture Research Ctr., Cobb Archaeology Museum, Cheese Factory, John Grisham Room, MSU Arboretum, South Farm, School of Veterinary Medicine, Dunn Seiler Museum.
The Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame, whose mission is to inform, educate, and celebrate Mississippi as the birthplace of America’s music, is a statewide organization with a long history of recognizing artists connected to the music of Mississippi.
City Hall exhibits, wood sculpture of noted African Americans and Tour of Historic sites.
The Movie Museums include sets from John Grisham's "A Time To Kill", Willie Morris' "My Dog Skip," "O' Brother where art thou?" and other movies filmed in Canton. Located in the Wilbanks Building.
Rotating art exhibits.
Museum of the Mississippi Delta is a dynamic museum about not only cotton and agricultural history in the Delta, but also about so much more. The Museum's gallery space highlights Mississippi artists with particular emphasis on artists of the Delta. This Mississippi artwork combines with history - local, military, and agricultural - along with an immense collection of Native American artifacts to create a museum that has something for everyone to enjoy. The Fossils, Feathers and Fur and the Swamp Room also lend an added visual and auditory intrigue to the museum for young and old. Artifacts to art are creatively applied to display the history and culture of the deep south Delta. Guided tours are available.
Collection includes antique dolls and costume gowns worn by the queens of past pageants, during Spring Pilgrimage.
Natchez Fine Framing & Art Gallery is located in the heart of downtown and ready to complete the look of any artwork you need framed. They carry a wide selection of moulding and can precision cut your matte choice to finish your artwork with style. They also carry a great selection of works by local artisans, so if you prefer to get your hands on some original works and support a local artist, stop in and take a look at all that Natchez Fine Framing & Art Gallery has to offer.
Natchez is fortunate to have an outstanding collection of photographs depicting life in Natchez and on the riverfront from about 1845 to circa 1910. Family portraits, steamboats laden with enormous bales of cotton, and street scenes throughout the historic downtown area will keep you mesmerized for at least an hour when you tour the gallery.
The gallery is located in the Stratton Chapel behind First Presbyterian Church on Pearl St. The exhibit is free, but donations are accepted to help offset the utility cost to display the exhibit. You simply have to add a trip to the chapel in your tour itinerary because the images you'll see truly reveal the history and majesty of Natchez.
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