3080 US 82 E.
Greenville, MS 38702
Phone: (662) 378-4976
Fax: (662) 378-4980
Among North America's most significant pre-Columbian archeological sites, this was the site built by a Native American civilization that thrived from about A.D. 1000 to 1450 for sacred structures and ceremonies. It is an official state historic site listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located six miles north of the intersection of Highways 82 and 1.
This Romanesque church was built in 1828 ad served as the first seminary in the country to instruct African-American priests. Tours of this historical sight are available.
Classic Victorian Revival cottage with Eastlake furnishings and rotating exhibits throughout the year.
This site was dedicated in 1880 and the current temple was erected in 1906. The structure boasts exquisite stained glass and houses a museum detailing Greenville's rich Jewish history.
This 638 acre facility operates as a unique place for living, growing and learning. The center offers an opportunity to view a working farm, learn about Delta region crops, enjoy bird watching and wildflowers, and see antique farm equipment.
In this historic structure, Pulitzer Prize winning editor, Hodding Carter, Hr., penned editorials and called ro racial and religious tolerance. The building, built in 1881, is part of the Main Street district.
The original courthouse which stood at this site was burned by Union troops during the Civil War. In 1890 the current courthouse was built and the area was landscaped with a beautiful variety of trees and plants. The lovely arboretum surrounds the courthouse and includes the noteworthy Confederate Monument.
Lake Ferguson is the home of Greenville's casinos, but also features great fishing and outdoor fun. Thewaterfront is often the center of the city as the lake hosts numerous holiday celebrations, community events and regional fishing tournaments.
This large scale library has an impressive selection of books and research areas They also offer a summer reading program for children.
St. John's was built around 1830 and stood as one of the first churches in the region. After the Civil War, when parts of the church was used to make mini balls, the building fell into ruin. Today the beautiful stonework can be visited and you may recognize the sight as one of the most photographed places in Mississippi.
Fishing and the beauty of nature abound at this country lake. The splendid shores are a popular plae to live as many beautiful homes and an historic bed and breakfast are located along the banks.
Believed to be the ceremonial site of predecessors of the Choctow and Chickasaw. There is a museum and picnic areas.