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From primitive camping to full-service RV accommodations to cozy cabins, Mississippi's State Parks are fantastic places to stay. For complete information, click here.
Natural setting of azaleas, daylilies and camellias. Hundreds of perennials, annuals and naturalized bulbs bloom seasonally and year-round.
Mynelle Gardens is available for special group and convention tours, private meetings, social gatherings, club meetings, classes, weddings, and receptions.
Where the Land of the Bible comes alive. A scaled model of the Holy Land with guided tours reliving the Old and New Testament stories.
Operated by the University for Women, Plymouth Bluff Center is located high above the historic Tombigbee River, near Columbus, Miss.
Center offers training, education, and recreation facilities for a variety of groups - including corporations and businesses, educational institutions, city and county governments and other interested organizations. Special events such as weddings.
Largest astronomical observatory in Mississippi; solar system models, planetarium, meteorite exhibit and astronomy education resource center. Monthly public programs. Call to schedule an appointment.
Experience the universe in one of the South’s largest planetariums. Witness the advanced optical-mechanical star projection and MEGA-HD system in addition to laser/light "concerts."
Birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, insects, rocks and minerals, plants and more.
Produces several species of fish including crappie, largemouth bass, paddlefish, carp & bluegill. The educational, instructive, and entertaining. Encourages conservation. Features a 10,000-gallon aquarium, displays, exhibits and more.
See, learn & experience the Big River up close through our museum, aquariums, observation platform, nature trail and Tunica Queen river cruise.
Adjoins the community center where Anderson painted imaginative murals in the 1950s, depicting the flora and fauna of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Contains the intricately painted "Little Room" from his cottage, public school murals from the 1930s, permanent and changing exhibits.
One of the largest Indian mound groups in the Mississippi Valley. Area artifacts and special events year round.
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