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Cotton picking and ginning mid-September through November 15. Selected by Rand McNally as a "MUST SEE SITE."Contrast 1800's historical methods (drag a sack through the fields if you like) and the computerization of today's farming and ginning. Rare, historical steam cotton gin, slave cabins, plantation store, and modern cotton gin. For start and end times …Find out more »
Take a tractor drawn hayride out to the pumpkin patch and let the kids pick their own pumpkin. Or, choose one from the stand while the kids play on the hay fort and pet the animals. All sizes, shapes and colors to choose from. Try your luck in the Hay Maze and large Corn Maize. …Find out more »
To help curb drinking and driving crashes in Mississippi and Arkansas, the Harris Law Firm is offering a special program. We will pay for your rides on several holidays throughout the year. You read that right – if you call a taxi, Uber, or Lyft instead of driving yourself, we’ll reimburse the cost. It’s simple. …Find out more »
Three-time GRAMMY® Award-winning, Mississippi-born country artist Charley Pride will be the inaugural recipient of GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi's Crossroads of American Music Award at the Mississippi Museum's 2019 Gala on Friday, Nov. 1. Established by the Museum's Board of Directors, the Crossroads of American Music Award honors an artist who has made significant musical contributions influenced …Find out more »