Corinth is often referred to as Mississippi’s Gateway City due to its location in the northeast corner of the state—and it truly is a gateway into Mississippi’s history and culture. From the Civil War to shopping to “slugburgers,” visitors to Corinth get a delicious taste of the state.
It is home to four museums, a National Park Service Civil War Interpretive, pristine Civil War earthworks, historic neighborhoods, churches and cemeteries. And history’s not their whole story! Explore Corinth's tree-lined streets full of eclectic shops and galleries, museums, and quaint restaurants set it apart from any other place. Step back into time to find something new.
Natchez sits on the Mississippi River as a perfectly preserved example of the Old South. Steeped in history and beauty, travelers experience true hospitality in one of the state’s most unique gems. Natchez is home to over 1,000 historic structures, residential and commercial, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This enchanting historic city is the anchor of the 444 mile scenic Natchez Trace Parkway, which runs from Nashville, Tennessee to Natchez-Under-the-Hill. Whether you're looking for outdoor activities, spa retreats, dynamic nightlife, local events, arts and culture or a step back in time, Natchez is sure to have something for everyone.
Mississippi’s capitol city is an exciting mix of restaurants, festivals and events with a healthy dose of history, from Civil War to Civil Rights. Whether you’re down-home or up-town, Jackson’s mix of vibrant cultures is visible on every street corner. Treat yourself to fabulous shopping, beautiful museums, and world-class cultural exhibits and performances. Visitors from all over the world flock here to follow their own passions, whether it’s running in a marathon, discovering the roots of Southern cuisine or tapping their feet to an authentic “juke joint.” It’s not called the City with Soul for nothing!
US Highway 90 from east to west along the Gulf Coast spans brilliant bays and backwaters, passes neon-lit resorts, barrier islands, white sand beaches and eventually becomes a home for fine arts, distinctive shopping and a mouth-watering menu and culture all its own. Enjoy our world-class golf courses artistic and historical museums and after a day of fun, begin an exciting evening with dinner at a local seafood restaurant before heading off to enjoy 24-hour gaming at one of the coast's casinos. Whether you are looking for a relaxing weekend getaway or an adventure-filled vacation, change your pace and visit the Mississippi Gulf Coast!
The Mississippi Delta is like no place else on Earth, and Greenwood in the very heart! A perfect juxtaposition of old and new, the final resting place of blues legend Robert Johnson also boasts unique shopping, luxurious accommodations and mouth-watering local cuisine. Its history – as striking as its landscape – continues to fascinate generations. Whether it’s a Viking cooking class, a cotton history lesson, a stop on the Mississippi Blues Trail, shopping in our renovated downtown or a weekend duck hunt, Greenwood has everything you’re looking for, and is everything a true Delta experience should be.