Arts & Culture

There must be something magic in this land. Every corner of the world has its own signature music, art and literature, but Mississippi has a depth of cultural richness that few regions can rival. Throughout the year, there are festivals celebrating Mississippi’s rich cultural offerings, from film to fine art to crafts and more. World-class museums are dedicated to the state’s most famous artists, while today’s talent frequent theaters, exhibits and art shows all across Mississippi.

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Walter Anderson Museum of Art

Ocean Springs, MS  FEATURED

The Walter Anderson Museum of Art began as an idea by a group of people in Ocean Springs and Jackson, Mississippi to preserve the art and culture of Walter Inglis Anderson. The Friends of Walter Anderson was chartered in 1974, and through their efforts, funds and grant money were raised to build the museum on Washington Avenue […]

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Ground Zero Blues Club

Clarksdale, MS  FEATURED

Local blues bands, Southern eats & booze in down home club co-owned by actor Morgan Freeman. […]

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GRAMMY Museum Mississippi

Cleveland, MS  FEATURED

The GRAMMY Museum Mississippi is an interactive museum located in Cleveland, Mississippi, United States, focused on the continuing musical achievements of Mississippians. The museum opened on March 5, 2016. […]

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Wyatt Waters Gallery

Clinton, MS  FEATURED

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University of Mississippi Museum

Oxford, MS

The University of Mississippi Museum and Historic Houses is a museum and two historic houses owned and operated by the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Mississippi. The museum is designed to appeal to both a popular and scholarly audience, with a collection that emphasizes objects of regional interest. […]

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Farish Street Historical District

Jackson, MS

The district is made up of residences and diverse businesses and was placed the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. The district includes over 690 listings in the National Register of Historic Places. There are vernacular architectural examples representing craftsmanship skills of numerous African American building contractors. […]

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