1552 Sunset Dr.
Grenada, MS 38901
Phone: (662) 226-1683
Fax: (662) 226-9484
Arts & Museums
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.
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.
Oren Dunn City Museum is a must visit place for history enthusiasts. This museum houses various exhibits that gives a glimpse into the region’s history. These include fossils, Civil War relics and more.
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.
Spread across 120,000 square feet ( 11148.36 square meters), Tupelo Automobile Museum houses more than 100 vintage cars. These exhibits are displayed in a chronological order and tell you about the history of engineering. If cars are a passion for you, this is a must visit place.
Elvis Presley Birthplace is a museum dedicated to the great musician Elvis Presley. Witness the life of the late musician as you visit his birth home. This place also comprises of a museum, a chapel and a church.