International travelers take delight in the sheer variety of culture, cuisine, scenery and experiences that make Mississippi a popular place to visit. If you're a fan of the blues, rock 'n' roll, country or gospel music, you'll love your stay in the birthplace of America’s music. But that's just the beginning. There's a wealth of history to take in, from antebellum architecture to key battle sites of the Civil War. And for leisure, you’ll find more than 140 fantastic golf courses to play year-round. Plus, you’ll be met with so many dining options that the hardest part of your trip will be deciding where to begin. Start planning your itinerary now!
Natchez Spring Pilgrimage
March 16 - April 16
Natchez, established in 1716, high on a magnificent bluff overlooking the Mighty Mississippi, has more than 600 examples of Antebellum Architecture. During our Pilgrimage seasons more privately owned historic homes open their doors than any other time of the year. Natchez is treasured worldwide as a living museum of southern history and a hallmark of …
Juke Joint Festival
April 11 - April 14
Plan now for the 16th annual Juke Joint Festival in historic Clarksdale, Mississippi — one of the friendliest festivals in the world. Hotel rooms book up fast, so don’t wait. The main event is Saturday, April 13, 2019, with related events that Thurs.-Sun., April 11-14.