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Collection of antique dolls, dating from 1875.
Rocks, fossils and other geological pieces including triceratops skull and sabertooth tiger head.
Ethel Wright Mohamed is often referred to as the "Grandma Moses of Stitchery". View over 100 stitchery memory pictures that are representative of Mississippi Delta family life. Many of her pieces are on permanent display at the Smithsonian Institute.
The Eudora Welty House is literary museum located in the historic Belhaven neighborhood. Eudora Welty was a Pulitzer Prize winning author of international acclaim and her home and garden have been beautifully reconstructed to the 1925-1945 period.
Eugenia Summer Gallery is located on the southwest corner of the MUW campus directly east of the Stark Recreation Center. Fine art.
This library and museum, nationally known for its historical materials, houses volumes of genealogical research materials.
Permanent collection includes works by Kathe Kollwitz and Salvador Dali. Changing exhibits.
Gallery 782 Co-Art offers visitors an opportunity to view & purchase some of the finest works of over 35 local artists. Housed in a historic building, the gallery itself is a work of art, and is operated by the 782 Co-Art Association.
Gateway to the Blues Visitor Center and Museum is housed in a restored 116-year-old train depot, and is the perfect attraction for tourists and music lovers entering the Mississippi Delta along the world-famous Blues Highway 61.
c. 1939. Courthouse is a designated Mississippi Landmark. Converted jail houses artifacts on loan or donated to the Greene County Historical Society. Artifacts relate to the history of Greene County.
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