221 Lakewood Dr., Batesville, MS, US, 38606

  • Phone: (662) 563-6592
  • Fax: (662) 267-1166
Green Hotel

Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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  • Arts & Museums

    »Tunica RiverPark

    Explore the mystery and majesty of America's greatest river - the Mighty Mississippi - in a unique, new museum and ecopark in Tunica.

    1 River Park Drive
    Tunica, Mississippi 38676

    »DeSoto County Museum

    The history of DeSoto County from the early European explorers through today is showcased at this museum. Exhibits include Civil War artifacts, African-American history, an authentic log cabin, a replica of an antebellum mansion parlor, and other artifacts from DeSoto County's history.

    111 East Commerce
    Hernando, Mississippi 38632

    »1st Street Gallery

    Providing quality art for the viewing and some available for purchase.

    223 First Street
    Grenada, Mississippi 38901

    »Grenada Lake Visitor Center Museum

    Civil War artifacts, bookstore, displays of native animals, area dams, and local environment.

    Scenic Rt. 333
    Grenada, Mississippi 38901

    »Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Passenger Depot

    The Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Passenger Depot dates back to the year 1926. It is also fondly referred as the Illinois Central Passenger Depot or the Clarkside Passenger Depot. The depot occupies immense monumental value and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1995. It is most renowned for housing the distinguished Delta Blue Museum. 

    1 Blues Alley
    Clarksdale, MS 38614

    »Delta Blues Museum

    Established in 1979, the Delta Blues Museum is an internationally-acclaimed museum in the historic Clarksdale freight depot that showcases the history and significance of the blues in this region. Mississippi's oldest music museum, the Delta Blues Museum's large collection of artifacts includes musical instruments, recordings, sheet music, posters, photographs, costumes, folk art and paintings.

    1 Blues Alley
    Clarksdale, Mississippi 38614

    »North Delta Museum

    The North Delta Museum in Friars Point, the birthplace of Conway Twitty, features exhibits regarding the Civil War and Native Americans.

    2nd Street
    Clarksdale, Mississippi 38631

    »The Lewis Ranch

    Memphis is the home to many music legends. In the 1950s Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash rose to fame along with “the Killer,” Jerry Lee Lewis. Lewis still resides in Nesbit, Mississippi, just south of Memphis, and his home/ranch is open to the public and his many fans. See the many gold records he has earned, his pianos, along with his collection of classic automobiles, and do not miss the piano-shaped pool.

    1595 Malone Road
    Nesbit, MS 38651

    »Bubba's Blues Corner

    If you are into blues, well this is the place for you. Bubba's features one of the best selections of hard-to-find Blues music in the nation.

    105 Cherry Street
    Helena, Arkansas 72342

    »Delta Cultural Center

    This cultural center-cum-museum comes under the purview of the Department of Arkansas Heritage. The museum preserves and displays the historical heritage of Arkansas Delta. Exhibitions, educational programs and similar events are a regular feature here. For details, check website.

    141 Cherry Street
    Helena, AR 72342

    »Phillips County Museum

    Whatever American history era you enjoy, this will certainly be your place. Began with the help of Mark Twain, this museum holds portraits of the city's Civil War generals including relics from that war and the Native Americans. Also includes some of Thomas Edison's experiments.

    623 Pecan Street
    Helena, Arkansas 72342

    »Graceland Too

    When driving down Gholson Avenue any hour of the day or night, stop for a visit at Graceland Too, a Holly Springs landmark. Owner Paul McLeod, a former Elvis Presley impersonator, is a self-confessed fanatic of the King of Rock ’n’ Roll. His expansive collection of records, costumes, posters, photographs, newspaper and magazine archives are on display at his home. Elvis fan or not, pay tribute to this legendary entertainer by exploring this unique house museum.

    200 East Gholson Avenue
    Holly Springs, MS 38635
    Earn valuable points toward free nights.