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Art gallery featuring pottery, paintings and jewelry by Mississippi artists and craftsman.
Gulfport Galleria of Fine Art is a 2,000-square-foot co-op art gallery with over 40 coastal artists. Exhibits are wide-ranging and include pottery and ceramics, photography, original jewelry designs, sculptures, stained glass and paintings in various media.
c. 1890's. Victorian cottage housing large photograph collection of old Hancock County. Collection of ancient Indian artifacts. Houses the Hancock County Historical Society.
c. 1929-30 Built in the Italian Renaissance-style, the Hattiesburg Cultural Center is located in the Historic Library of Downtown Hattiesburg.
Bring your animals to see ours! The Hattiesburg Zoo features more than 80 species, a train, carousel, splash pad, Touch Africa Petting Zoo and so much more. Seasonally 10am-4pm.
Display of interesting items reflecting local history and railroad artifacts. Special display for the famous blues legend Robert Johnson, who was born in Hazlehurst. Hazlehurst Historic District is filled with turn-of-the-century buildings and lovely old homes.
Explore human biology at this new children's health-education center. Let's Play Grossology exhibit, Pulse Racers, the Choices Game and Decisions Diner. Great exhibits for grades K-8.
c. 1906. Temple houses the Goldstein Nelken Solomon Century of History Museum. The museum displays Greenville's Jewish History over the last half century.
c. 1858. Antebellum home filled with furnishings and objects from the late 1800s. Tells the story of Panola County from Indian times through 1900's.
Tour museum of local artifacts. Research local history and genealogy.
THE OFFICIAL TOURISM RESOURCE FOR THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI