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Pictorial tribute dedicated to the memory of the Key brothers, two Meridian residents who set a world flight endurance record in 1935.
Includes a permanent display on Tadeusz Kosciuszko, a Polish freedom fighter and a Natchez Trace Parkway. Exhibit.
Local artifacts from the Kossuth Community are housed in a former Post Office built over a century ago.
A gallery featuring original art and pottery.
Opened in 1923, the Museum draws approximately 32,000 visitors each year from across the nation with its outstanding collections of European and American art, Native American baskets, British Georgian silver, and Japanese woodblock prints, as well as an extensive art history library.
State's first art museum. Includes 19th and 20th century American art, 19th century European art, English Georgian silver, Native American basketry and Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints.
Located on the bottom floor of the Civic Center, depicts the history of Territorial Lawrence County. The "untold story" of the political and social history of Lawrence Countians is vibrantly displayed in the museum.
Museum provides visitors with a glimpse at life along the river—examining both the risks and benefits of living so close to the water. Inside the building, the museum features an orientation theater, classroom space and an assortment of interactive and educational displays for all ages. The museum offers tours aboard the Motor Vessel Mississippi IV. This tugboat was in use from the 1960s until 1993 when it was finally retired. Visitors will better understand life aboard the vessel through interactive displays, a variety of historical items and a boat simulator in the pillot house. Free admission.
Collection includes oils and watercolors by renowned Mississippi artist, Marie Hull. Pen and ink drawings, portraits and abstracts by Lucille Parker and other Mississippi artists.
At M. Schon Gallery you will find a lot more than just paintings or scuptures. The Schon Gallery carries exquisite jewelry by Native American crafstmen, contemporary jewelry, Scandanavian jewelry, pottery, glass, photography and a myriad of art deco masterpieces.
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