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Rotating exhibits offer visitors a glimpse into the best-selling author's creative process. Groups of ten or more, contact in advance.
Home of the Singing River Art Association. View changing exhibits of local art. Shop for original paintings, pottery, print, prints, photps and more. Explore the Jolly McCarty Art Depot, the only gallery with a historic train depot on the Gulf Coast.
Contains items from the office of U. S. Senator, John C. Stennis, and tools & artifacts from early life in Kemper County.
Pictorial tribute dedicated to the memory of the Key brothers, two Meridian residents who set a world flight endurance record in 1935.
Spend some time browsing displays of local events, historic sites and interesting people of Kosciusko. Enjoy art exhibits by local artisans. This museum also includes a permanent display of Tadeusz Kosciuszko, a Polish fredom fighter.
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.
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.
The Lower Mississippi River Museum offers a glimpse at what life is like along the river – examining both the risks and benefits of living so close to the water. The museum has an orientation theater, classroom space and an assortment of interactive and educational displays for all ages. Free admission.
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