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Biloxi Tour Train treats visitors to a historical journey through one the oldest towns in America, Biloxi. Dubbed the "SHRIMP TRAIN" by local folks, this small conveyence offers a 90 minute narrated tour through Biloxi's Historical District.
Commemorates the Delta boyhood of Jim Henson, creator of the Sesame Street characters and his delightful Muppets. Kermit the Frog is displayed along with other Henson memorabilia.
Collection and display of African-American pictures, books and other historical materials. Also, local African-American citizens and supporters are featured who have made contributions to the city and state.
Display of memorabilia and artifacts relating to black history with focus on religion and education.
Over 25 vintage vehicles and more for viewing. Gift shop on site.
Museum honors the soldiers that trained for action in World War II at Camp Van Dorn near Centreville from 1942-1945. This unique museum honors the more than 40,000 troops that trained in this very primitive camp.
Multimedia interactive museum with interviews on topics ranging from slavery, civil rights, early African American businesses, education, family, and music. Sister Thea Boman exhibit.
We have been in business since 1975, selling a wide selection of antiques and collectables. Our store has had several additions over the years and now has almost 10,000 square feet of floor space. Our store has a selection of glassware of all descriptions, ironware, old tools, granny ware, furniture, primitives, Victorian, turn-of-the-century oak, arts and crafts, depression era and pieces from the 50’s and later. Also stoneware, and a library containing thousands of books, magazines, comic books, paper backs, 45 33 and 78 records and a variety of newspapers.
We specialize in Furniture Restoration and Refinishing and will work with you to preserve your treasured pieces, feel free to call us with any questions you may have.
Collection of Mississippi pottery, artifacts and archaeological research materials.
The Carver Culture Museum consists of three rooms: Carver, Picayune, and National Black History. The Carver Room contains artifacts, books, pictures, desks, graduation programs from 1943 to 1970, teachers' pay scales, instruments, jerseys, band uniforms and more. The Picayune room has pictures, such as, of Black establishments from back in the day and pictures of children from 1954 to 1955, as well as, pictures of current and past businesses, and photos of doctors, lawyers, poets, inventors and more.
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