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Negrotto’s Gallery features the works of over 20 prominent local artists and special exhibits exclusively on the Gulf Coast.
Organized in 1992 for preserving the history of Neshoba County. Museum housed in George Pegram Woodward home, c. 1860, on land obtained through the 1830 Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek. Marty Stuart Room added in 2009.
Museum with Civil War and Indian artifacts and Mississippi River history.
Exhibits cover the early days of Noxubee County. Sections highlight the Choctaw Indians and other areas of community life.
Off the Tracks Gallery is one of the newest additions to the art community in Stone County. Displaying visual arts in several media by local artists.
Enjoy the art and architecture of the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art, designed by Frank O. Gehry, Gehry Partners LLP. Located under majestic oaks on the beautiful Mississippi Sound, the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art features the ceramics of George E. Ohr (1857-1918), the self-proclaimed "Mad Potter of Biloxi,” as well as contemporary and historic exhibitions. The Ohr-O’Keefe Museum is a Smithsonian Affiliate. Gift shop on site.
The former GM&O Railroad depot/museum showcases the history of Oktibbeha County.
A National Historic Landmark and one of America's finest examples of Greek Revival public architecture, the Old Capitol building served as state capitol from 1839 to 1903, housing such notable events as the passage of the Ordinance of Secession.
c. 1858. Historical museum features many artifacts, illustrations and documents. In 1843, Jefferson Davis launched his political career here. Gen. Grant raised the U.S. flag and reviewed his troops from this site.
To fully understand the Vicksburg Campaign and Siege and the Vicksburg National Military Park, you must first grasp the terrain, the leaders and their strategies and the people who endured the horrendous 47-day siege. This is brought to life by the 250 square foot diorama of the battlefield with 2,300 miniature soldiers and the film “The Vanishing Glory”. The museum houses 250 ship models, with exhibits for tow boats and river boats, a large WBTS gunboats collections and U.S. Navy vessels named for people and places in Mississippi.
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