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Glitz, glamour, golf and more
Center of the Blues Universe
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50 Rooms, high-speed internet, outdoor pool, senior discount; restaurant next door to the property
Hotel/Motel 121 guest room; pool; meeting spaces; pet friendly
Hotel, meeting space
Ameristar Casino Hotel is the long-time market share leader in the city. With its ornate columns and crystal chandeliers, the 70,000 square-foot casino is a real showstopper and includes the largest live poker room in the market, three on-site dining venues and two entertainment venues.
This museum is now housed in the town's first hospital, built in 1916. In 1976 it became Amory's bi-centennial project and was converted to a museum.
c. 1830. Tour one of Vicksburg’s most historic antebellum homes. With humble beginnings as a wood framed pioneer home, Anchuca was built in 1830 by J.W. Maulding. Be sure to dine at Cafe' Anchuca.
Juicy, tender steaks, fixed just the way you like them.
Enjoy a soulful menu of home-cooked favorites just like Mamma used to make!
Fried chicken, corn bread, meatloaf, etc.
This multi-purpose arena has been the host to events such as flea markets, dog shows, expos, gun and knife shows and civil war shows.
Artesia Community Center handles private meetings, reunions, private parties and weddings.
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