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The museum housed in a c1922 Community House exhibits artifacts relating to the history of the Piney Woods Country Life School and the life of it's founder, Laurence C. Jones.
The museum exhibits collections of social, cultural, economic and political history artifacts, as well as Civil War artillery and clothing, Confederate flags of Mississippi...
This versatile, open, outdoor green space is available for multiple types of events – festivals, galas, weddings, and receptions. The Art Garden Stage and Terrace can accommodate...
Collections of 19th and 20th century American and Mississippi art, Native American baskets, 19th and 20th century European prints and Southeastern folk art and photography are all...
The mansion built in 1842 has served as the official residence of Mississippi's first family without interruption. It's beautifully manicured exterior and period furnishings make...
A local history museum housed in the 1846 historic Oaks building with collections of furnishings and period artifacts from the mid-1800's.
Exhibits emphasizing the life, history and culture of Black Mississippians from territorial to the present day.
The restored Gothic Revival cottage of C. H. Manship c1857 displays 19th century Mississippi furnishings, decorative art and articles belonging to the Manship family.
In addition to camping, fishing, picnic spots, and nature trails, the 305-acre park features a nine-hole golf course and a driving range. T
Among the many exciting exhibits the museum has to offer visitors is the 100,000 gallon aquarium system which is home to more than 200 species of native fish, reptiles, amphibians...