Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo - Tupelo in northeast Mississippi, between Memphis, Tennessee, and Birmingham, Alabama. Take a ride on the famous Monster Bison Bus and get up close and personal with the buffalo as well as seeing a camel, giraffes and zebras. Enjoy the petting zoo where you will have the chance to feed and touch many of the animals. Besides the Monster Bison bus, you can take an open air trolley ride or guided horse trail rides. Open year round.
Cedar Hill Farm - Take a tractor drawn hayride around the farm, out to the Easter Egg Field in the Spring and the Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze in the Fall. The kids can pet the animals in the petting zoo, ride a pony, and play on play areas. Catch a trophy Bass in the pond or divide up into teams to play volleyball, horseshoes or even paintball.
DeSoto County Museum - The Museum showcases artifacts and exhibits featuring the history of DeSoto County. Key events in the agricultural, recreational, and social development of DeSoto County are also on display.
Yellow Fever Martyrs Church Museum - In 1878 a yellow fever epidemic spread death northward from New Orleans through Mississippi and Tennessee. Holly Springs was brought to its knees and never regained its former economic stature. As a result, it retains much of its mid-19th century architecture.
The Ida B. Wells-Barnett Museum - View the collection of African and African-American artists housed in the historic Spires-Boling house, where famed journalist and women's rights activist Ida B. Wells was born.
Corinth Civil War Center - Dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Corinth, The Crossroads of the Confederacy.
Corinth Coke Museum - The museum features over 1,000 pieces of authentic Coca-Cola memorabilia, plus a large collection of old fashioned drink machines from years gone by. If you are a fan of Coca-Cola memorabilia, or the old fashioned Soda Fountain era, you will enjoy this museum.
The Landers Center - This is the place to be for the best events in the area. There is so much going on- check to see what is happening now.
University of Mississippi Museum - Mary Buie Museum, Kate Skipwith Teaching Museum, and other rotating exhibits. Next to the Museum is the home of Stark Young, famous Mississippi playwright, drama critic, and author. Behind the museum lies Bailey's Woods with a path leading to Rowan Oak, the antebellum home of William Faulkner, world famous author and Nobel Prize winner.
Tupelo Automobile Museum - Featuring 120,000 square feet of automobile displays and open viewing restoration bays. Over 100 antique, classic and collectible automobiles, chronologically displayed, illustrate the progress of over 100 years of automobile design and engineering.
Ford Center for the Performing Arts - A six story facility - three above ground and three below - with floor space of 88,000 square feet. The facility houses a main performance hall, studio theatre, administrative offices and well appointed dressing room and performance support facilities.
Union Country Heritage Museum - Features timeline of Union County from Paleo to present and the birthplace of Nobel Prize winner William Faulkner. Native American Chickasaw, Pioneer, and Furniture exhibits.
Crossroads Museum - The museum serves as the hub of historical information for the area. Learn about key moments in Corinth history including: The importance of the downtown railroad crossing in Corinth history, The major roles Corinth played in the Civil War and important aviation events in Corinth's history.
Walter Place Estate, Cottages & Gardens - Walter Place took the large columns and broad pediment style of Greek Revival houses being built across the South in the 1850s and elevated it to a grander scale. Come tour the estate, cottages, and gardens.
Corinth Theatre-Arts & Crossroads Playhouse - Where theatre comes alive! Corinth Theatre-Arts has grown to be one of the most outstanding community theatres in Mississippi in only 40+ short years.
Elvis Presley Birthplace - Where it all began...The Birthplace of Elvis Presley in Tupelo is the only location in the world where you can see, feel and touch where the King of Rock & Roll began his musical journey.
The Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center - A 15,000 square-foot facility that features interactive exhibits, a multimedia presentation on the Battle of Shiloh and a video on the Battle of Corinth.
Oren Dunn Museum - The museum contains more than 3,000 artifacts and historic displays, including Tupelo memorabilia, Elvis keepsakes, a collection of Chickasaw Indian artifacts, and a space museum with an impressive display of space equipment used on NASA moon missions.
Strawberry Plains Audubon Center - Explore the diversity of life and habitats at Strawberry Plains with your whole family. Stop along the way as you find evidence of wildlife and discuss the natural and cultural history of Strawberry Plains.