3080 US 82 E.
Greenville, MS 38702
Phone: (662) 378-4976
Fax: (662) 378-4980
Arts & Museums
Open Monday through Friday, this museum traces the history of the City of Greenville from the late 1800's. The facility is housed in the restored Miller Building, and offers a fascinating glimpse of history through a collection of memorabilia, photos, newspapers and more.
Building with hands-on displays, children's dress-up area, and rare antique firehouse equipment.
Located in King's hometown of Indianola, Mississippi, The B.B. King Museum houses a permanent exhibit featuring artifacts from his long career as one of the world's most respected blues musicians. The state of the art museum tells the life of this bluesman through film, activities and interactive stations. The Delta Interpretive Center is an important Delta learning establishment providing educational, cultural, and character developing programming regarding history, race relations, music, literature, and much more. It includes a theater, performance space, exhibit areas, class and conference rooms, administrative offices, and special event space. Open Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 - 5:00 and Sunday - Monday 1 - 5 pm. The museum is closed on Mondays: Nov - March. Admissions is $10.00 per adult and $5.00 for students, seniors or children.