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1250 Highway 35 S., Forest, MS, US, 39074

  • Phone: (601) 469-2100
  • Fax: (601) 469-5028
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"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.

3.6 out of 5 (23 reviews)
65% of guests recommend this hotel

Arts & Museums

»Mississippi Music Hall of Fame

Mississippi is rich with musical heritage and has produced some of the past century's most celebrated and successful talent. This storied heritage is well-preserved and on full display at this modern museum just north of downtown. Virtually every genre of music is represented—jazz,country,gospel, rock and the king of it all, the Mississippi Delta blues. Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Robert Johnson, Ike and Tina Turner, and the king of Mississippi music, Elvis Presley, are well-documented through films, interviews, recordings and memorabilia.

Airport Road
Clinton, MS 39056

»Mississippi Crafts Center

Built and maintained by the Craftsmen's Guild of Mississippi, this facility along the Natchez Trace has offered exhibits and live demonstrations of area folk artists for more than 25 years. Of particular interest are the works of native Choctaw Indians, whose leather goods, pewter ware, and basketry are as functional as they are beautiful. On Saturdays, from spring through fall, Choctaw basket weavers, wood carvers, quilters and more are on hand throughout the day to demonstrate their skills.

950 Rice Road
Ridgeland, MS 38804

»Neshoba County-Philadelphia Historical Museum

Organized in 1992 as a site for preserving history of Neshoba County and Philadelphia with many historical exhibits.

303 Water Avenue
Philadelphia, Mississippi 39350

»Old Jail Museum

This building was used for the county jail for over 90 years.

234 East Fulton Street
Canton, Mississippi 39046

»Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Museum

Headquarters of the Choctaw Tribal Council, Choctaw Indian Museum, Choctaw crafts store, and it is also a residential area.

Highway 16
Philadelphia, Mississippi 39350

»Canton Multicultural Center and Museum

Multimedia museum featuring an extensive exhibit on Sister Thea Bowman and over 50 videotaped interviews on topics such as slavery, civil rights, early African American businessmen, education, family, and music.

141 North Union Street
Canton, Mississippi 39046

»Bryant Galleries

For more than three decades, this upscale gallery has represented the finest in Jackson art. Geared toward collectors, Bryant Galleries maintains an enviable inventory of sculpture, paintings and graphic artworks by internationally known talents and promising newcomers from all corners of the globe. Refined without being stuffy, the comfortable atmosphere makes for an enjoyable outing for appreciating some of the best art the area has to offer.

3010 Lakeland Cove
Flowood, MS 39232

»Don Jacobs Art

If anything, this is one gallery that is stylish, chic and posh. Murals, paintings, canvasses, graphic designs and so much more! That the owner has put in his sincere endeavors in the maintenance of this place is evident from the very ambiance. The moment you enter it, you are tempted to grab one of those beautiful art works, especially the murals. The graphic designs are no less either. Its like getting to appreciate the minutest details of our everyday life, everyday living.

6213 Northlake Circle
Jackson, MS 39211

»Madison Gallery

This gallery owner's fund-raising for charities has made them as well-known and beloved in Mississippi as the South's leading artists whose work hangs on their gallery walls. The McCool's fine taste is evidenced by the lovely selection of art, uncommon sculpture, art glass, photographs, and original and limited prints on display here. Prices range from the hundreds to the thousands.

100 Depot Drive
Madison, MS 39110

»Southern Breeze Gallery

This gallery is dedicated to promoting the work of Mississippi artists. More than 70 artists are represented, working in a wide variety of media including paintings, pottery, stained glass, bone carvings, sculptures and serigraphs. The shop is an excellent place to start building a collection or to spot the work of a budding artist. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly, and they welcome browsers. The two-story shop is located in upscale Highland Village and provides an excellent preview of its offerings on its website.

500 Highway 51 North
Ridgeland, MS 39157

»Wolfe Fine Art Studio & Gallery

Local artists extraordinaire Karl and Mildred Wolfe have long thrilled Jackson with their takes on the area through various artistic mediums. Among the displays, you will find original artwork from the Wolfes, plus limited edition prints, hand-crafted furniture, and hand-carved mirrors.

4308 Old Canton Road
Jackson, MS 39211

»Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum

Over the years, the state of Mississippi has proven itself a fertile breeding ground of athletic talent, and this museum pays tribute to this lineage. Archival footage can be viewed at interactive kiosks, while jerseys, trophies, gear and photos are displayed proudly on the walls. Over 500 recorded interviews and biographies feature home state favorites Jerry Rice, Brett Favre, Archie Manning, Ralph Boston and Dizzy Dean. A charming gift shop allows guests to take home a little bit of Mississippi sports history. Reservations required for tour groups.

1152 Lakeland Drive
Jackson, MS 39216
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