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This gallery, on the campus of Jackson State University, houses exhibits by well-known artists in both contemporary and traditional art forms.
Arts Natchez Gallery is appropriately named as it is the broker for a number of works by a variety of Natchez artists and craftsmen. The gallery is situated in the heart of downtown on Main St. and if you spend a few minutes browsing through the local artwork, you'll know why each artist has a deep love for Natchez, and expresses it in their work. Be sure to add it to your shopping itinerary.
Artwistic Revolution is a unique cooperative art gallery in downtown Columbia. Some of the artwork that is showcased in the gallery includes: sculpture, pottery, paintings, photography, digital media, pen & ink drawings, and more. New artwork is frequently added to the selection in the gallery to keep it fresh. Stop by the Artwistic Revolution Gallery to find the perfect gift, to shop for original art, or just to soak up some culture in Columbia and support our local artists.
The B. B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center is a fascinating tribute to the "King of the Blues" and Indianola's most famous son. House in what was once a cotton gin where King worked as a youngster, the interactive exhibits interpret the life of King, as well as the cultural heritage of the region.
The rich cultural heritage of the Mississippi Delta and the life of bluesman B.B. King are told in this state of the art museum through film, interactive exhibits, artifacts, and activities.
Greenwood native Sylvester Hoover enjoys guiding visitors through the Back in the Day Museum on Young Street in Baptist town. This community museum explores the history of the blues, Baptist town and African-American culture in the Delta.
The Bay St. Louis Mardi Gras Museum is located in the Visitor Center at the Historic Train Depot. See Hancock County’s Mardi Gras celebration come alive with beautiful costumes displayed on white porcelain mannequins along with other Mardi Gras memorabilia.
Last home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. Includes Beauvoir House, Small Confederate Museum, historic cemetery, Tomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier, Presidential Library and gift shop.
This unique museum houses over 20 pre-1970 Bench Mark Works motorcycles.
Site where Coca-Cola was first bottled in 1894. Tour includes history of the beverage and the Biedenharn family. Coca-Cola memorabilia. Ice-cold cokes, ice cream floats, hand-dipped ice cream and more than 100 other items for sale in the museum gift shop.
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