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Econo Lodge Inn & Suites

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2031 Military Street South, Hamilton, AL, US, 35570

  • Phone: (205) 921-7831
  • Fax: (205) 921-0460
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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.

2.8 out of 5 (20 reviews)
40% of guests recommend this hotel

Arts & Museums

»Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum

Visit the original two-bedroom birthplace of the King of Rock & Roll. A museum, memorial garden, and a memorial chapel are also on the grounds.

306 Elvis Presley Boulevard
Tupelo, Mississippi 38801

»Tupelo Auto Museum

From collectible cars to vintage gas pumps, this museum has a collection that will impress every car enthusiast. View antique and rare automobiles, memorabilia and accessories.

375 East Main Street
Tupelo, Mississippi 38801

»Oren Dunn City Museum

Unique and interesting, this musueum commemorates the entire span of Northeast Mississippi's colorful history.

James L. Ballard Park
Tupelo, Mississippi 38804

»Gum Tree Museum

This downtown art museum features exhibitions, work shops, lectures, and other activities.

Main Street
Tupelo, Mississippi 38802

»Oren Dunn City Museum

Oren Dunn City Museum is a must visit place for history enthusiasts. This museum houses various artifact of the region’s history. This museum tells you about the region’s story by exhibiting the fossils found in the region, artifacts from the Civil War years to the the modern day lifestyle.

689 Rutherford Road
Tupelo, MS 38801

»Tennessee Valley Art Center, The

The Tennessee Valley Art Center host several rotating exhibits, programs, and activities. One special permanent exhibit includes ancient Native American Petroglyph that was found in the Shoals area.

511 North Water Street
Muscle Shoals, Alabama 35674

»Stephen D. Lee Home-Florence McLeod Hazard Museum

The former residence of CSA General Stephen D. Lee, who gave the order to fire the first shot of the Civil War upon Fort Sumter, this restored Italianate home now serves as a museum and features Civil War collections and artifacts. It is listed on the National Register.

316 Seventh Street North
Columbus, Mississippi 39703

»MUW Art Gallery

Considered to be a world-class gallery, unique exhibits from various artists throughout the South and students are housed in the Fine Arts Center.

1100 College Street
Columbus, Mississippi 39701

»Rosenzweig Arts Center

This center provides intereting classes, performances and exhibits representing the arts in Columbus. There is also a sales gallery for those interested in purchasing unique pieces.

501 Main Street
Columbus, Mississippi 39701
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