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Can’t Miss Attractions in-Mississippi

Great Cities to Visit in Mississippi:

  •         Jackson

  •         Gulfport

  •         Tupelo

  •         Meridian

  •         Vicksburg

5 Fun Things to Enjoy in Mississippi:

  •         Gulf Islands National Seashore: Stretching from Florida to Mississippi, this coastal area includes beaches, bayous, and maritime forests. The Mississippi section consists mostly of barrier islands accessible by boat and ideal for visitors who want to avoid touristy areas.

  •         Tupelo Automobile Museum: With over 100 carefully restored antique, classic, and collectible cars dating back to the 1880s, this is the perfect destination for car enthusiasts and families alike. They even have a Lincoln once owned by Elvis Presley.

  •         Mississippi Museum of Natural Science: It’s the largest museum in the state, featuring an aquarium, habitat exhibits, and nature trails, with a focus on the animals and plants of Mississippi. Located in Le Fleur State Park, visitors can also enjoy numerous recreational activities, including hiking, boating, and fishing.

  •         Natchez Trace Parkway: It’s not just a 444-mile scenic drive; it’s also a route abounding in adventures and family fun, from camping, to hiking, to biking, to horseback riding.

  •         Mississippi Petrified Forest: See and touch logs that literally have turned to stone. Visitors can also enjoy an Earth Science Museum, a Gem Mining Flume (for the kids), and a nearby campground.

Major Convention Centers:

  •         Jackson Convention Complex: With 330,000 square feet of exhibition and meeting space, this new, state-of-the-art facility built in 2009 is located in the heart of Mississippi’s capital city, Jackson.

  •         Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center: This complex boasting 400,000 square feet can host entertainment events in its coliseum and conferences in its convention center. Located in the gulf city of Biloxi, the beach is just a short walk away.

National Park Services -

Eight national parks and 1,393 listings on the National Register of Historic Places.

  •         Vicksburg National Military Park: The 1863 Battle of Vicksburg was a turning point in the Civil War. This park operated by the National Park Service commemorates the history of this site. Visitors can walk the battlefield, check out the museum and monuments, take a guided tour, and visit the Vicksburg National Cemetery.

Racing Fans!

While Mississippi does not host any NASCAR-sanctioned races, it does have several small tracks, including:


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