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Sports events are combinations of sight, sound and motion. Likewise, the exhibits in the Museum are combinations of sight, sound and motion. The Sports Hall of Fame proudly celebrates the Magnolia State’s incredible rich history of producing world class athletes. With just a touch of a finger, visi...
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Step back in time and discover Mississippi`s rich history through the agriculture and forestry industries. The Museum complex is 40 acres, consisting of a 35,000 square foot exhibit center, a 1920s Small Town MS, a 150 year old farmstead and the National Agricultural Aviation Museum. An operating G...
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Welcome! The Mississippi Children`s Museum is 40,000 square feet of fun with approximately 20,000 square feet of exhibit space designed around five themes of Mississippi heritage, health and nutrition, literacy, cultural arts, and science and technology. Our goal is to provide a unique and exciting ...
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Founded as the Institute for the Study of the History, Life, and Culture of Black People by Margaret Walker in 1968, the Center seeks to honor her academic and artistic legacy through its archival collections, exhibits, and public programs. Open to the public, the Center houses significant records l...
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The Zoo serves up to 167,000 visitors annually, with 47% from the Jackson metro area, 43% from other Mississippi counties and 10% from other states. The Zoo serves every segment of the population, creating a wonderfully diverse audience. The Zoo is a living classroom. More than 35,000 school childr...
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Located in the state Capital of Jackson, the Mississippi Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the state and has been a community-supported institution for more than 100 years. The Museum boasts an impressive permanent collection of more than 5,000 works of art, in addition to hosting world-cla...
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Admission to the Old Capitol is free. Please call ahead (601-576-6920) to schedule tours for groups of ten or more. Located in the heart of downtown Jackson, the Old Capitol served as Mississippi’s statehouse from 1839 to 1902 and is the city’s oldest building. The Old Capitol Museum contains i...
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The historic Council of Federated Organizations (COFO) state headquarters, at 1017 John R. Lynch Street, was known as the “nerve center” of the Mississippi civil rights movement. The exhibit “The Nerve Center” highlights the role of COFO in the state’s struggle for freedom and how the civil rights ...
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