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You can't go wrong on Mississippi's Great River Road: Click on the community buttons at left to explore our attractions by cities and communities, or peruse this Road-wide list, which is arranged alphabetically by subject.

Peterson’s Art and Antiques

1400 Washington Street Vicksburg, MS 39183 601-636-7120 paa@petersonsartandantiques.com petersonsartandantiques.com Original local and regional art, custom lamps, pottery, stained glass, gourmet foods, hand engraving, rugs, gifts, and much more. All major credit cards accepted. Hours: Mo-Sa 9:30 am-5:30 pm

American Contract Bridge League Museum

6575 Windchase Blvd Horn Lake, MS 38632 662-253-3100 www.acbl.org/ Located inside the American Contract Bridge League’s headquarters, this state-of-the-art, interactive museum is home to the world’s largest collection of bridge memorabilia, trophies, videos and other artifacts related to the game … Continue reading

Arts in the Alley

ARTS in the Alley Olive Branch Old Town, Pigeon Roost Road 901-619-0261 or 662-404-2787 Open year round www.obarts.com Free outdoor Art Gallery, located in the alley between the Chamber of Commerce and CLM Insurance, sponsored by the Olive Branch Arts Council.

ArtsNatchez Gallery

425 Main Street Natchez, MS 39120 P: (601) 442-0043 Region: Downtown http://www.artsnatchez.com/ Arts Natchez is appropriately named as it is the broker for a number of works by a variety of Natchez artists and craftsmen. The gallery is situated in … Continue reading

Attic Gallery

1101 Washington Street Vicksburg, MS 39183 601-638-9221 atticgal@aol.com www.atticgallery.net The oldest single person art gallery in the state. Featuring Southern folk art, contemporary fine art, handmade pottery, hand blown & fused glass, photography, handmade jewelry, and many  blues related items … Continue reading

Audubon Gallery

603 Franklin Street Natchez, MS 39120 P: (601) 442-2329 Region: Downtown Audubon Gallery has an amazing collection of Civil War art as well as Civil War era artifacts. It’s a quaint shop but you’ll spend a good half our browsing … Continue reading

Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum (1890)

1107 Washington Street Vicksburg, MS 39180 Phone: 601-638-6514 Phone: 601-636-5010 www.biedenharncoca-colamuseum.com Open all year except New Year’s day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Restored 1890 building where Coca-Cola was first bottled anywhere in the world in 1894. Museum contains reproduction bottling … Continue reading

Brodeur Gallery

107 N. Commerce Street Natchez, MS 39120 P: (508) 579-3571 Region: Downtown Kevin Brodeur has been painting since he was a child in Massachusetts. After living in Santa Fe, San Francisco, and Prague, Kevin moved to Natchez in 2001. His … Continue reading

Clarksdale Walk of Fame

  P O Box 160 Clarksdale, MS 38614 662-627-7337 800-626-3764 www.clarksdale-ms.com Email: tanavassel@clarksdale-ms.com Bronze plaques highlightging local persons of national or international recognition are installed in sidewalks throughout downtown Clarksdale.

Delta Blues Museum

  1 Blues Alley Clarksdale, MS 38614 www.deltabluesmuseum.org The Delta Blues Museum is dedicated to creating a welcoming place where visitors find meaning, value, and perspective by exploring the history and heritage of the unique American musical art form of … Continue reading

Delta Children’s Museum

323 S. Main Street Greenville, MS 38701 662-332-2246 Come and join our museum for a delightful year of entertainment designed for the entire family and take a ride on our 1901 Armitage Herschell Carousel in our DCM Pavilion at the … Continue reading

DeSoto Arts Council Gallery & Gardens

DeSoto Arts Council Gallery & Gardens 2465 Hwy 51 S 662-404-3361 Open Wednesday – Saturday, 10:00am – 5:00pm www.desotoarts.com  The DeSoto Arts Council serves as the countywide home for the arts with space for exhibitions, classes, meetings and special events … Continue reading

DeSoto County Museum

111 East Commerce Street Hernando, MS 38632 662-429-8852 www.desotomuseum.org Historical information beginning with Native Americans who once lived in the area, through the Civil War battles that affected DeSoto County. Modern day information on all the cities in DeSoto County … Continue reading

Echoes Photography Gallery

107 N. Pearl Street Natchez, MS 39120 P: (601) 445-2345 Region: Downtown Lee England began working casually in photography in 1995. Encouraged by favorable comments of his friends, he took twelve framed enlargements to an art silent auction in Biloxi. … Continue reading

Greenville Air Force Base Museum

Mid-Delta Regional Airport, Mezzanine Level Greenville, MS 38701 662-334-3121 Established in 1941, only one week after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Greenville Army Flying School instructed thousands of U.S. airmen and women, along with cadets of our NATO allies, … Continue reading

Greenville Flood Museum

118 South Hinds Street (between Main ans Washington Ave.) Greenville, MS 38701 662-334-2711 or 662-335-5815 Exhibited in the oldest structure in Downtown Greenville, This museum presents the history of one of the greatest natural disasters this country has ever known. … Continue reading

Greenville History Museum

409 Washington Ave. Greenville, MS 38701 662-335-5802 Housed in the meticulously restored Miller Building, the museum provides a glimpse into Greenville’s history from the late 1800’s through the 1970’s.  A fascinating collection of memorabilia, artifacts, photographs and news clippings leads … Continue reading

H.C. Porter Gallery

1216 Washington Street Vicksburg, MS 39183 601-661-9444 hcporter@hcporter.com www.hcporter.com Fine art gallery featuring original paintings, original paintings, original serigraphs, and fine art prints and photographs by nationally recognized Mississippi artist H.C. Porter. The gallery also features other works by comtemporary … Continue reading