3959 E. Clay Street, Vicksburg, MS, US, 39180

  • Phone: (601) 634-8438
  • Fax: (601) 630-0415
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  • Arts & Museums

    »Old Depot Museum

    This museum has the world's largest collection of Civil War gunboat models. It also offers the only diorama of the Siege of Vicksburg with 2,500 miniature soldiers depicting the battle. Film of the Vanishing Glory, bottles of river boats, tow boats, US navy vessels, 3 model railroad layout, 150 model cars and more can be enjoyed.

    1010 Levee Street
    Vicksburg, Mississippi 39183

    »Jacqueline House African American Museum

    This is Vicksburg's only African-American history and culture preservation museum. Over 20,000 artifacts including books, manuscripts, photographs, newspapers and more are to be found in this collection. Open Saturdays from 10 am to 5 pm. On Sundays - Fridays you can call for an appointment to see the museum.

    1325 Main Street
    Vicksburg, Mississippi 39183

    »Old Courthouse Museum

    Sitting prettily atop a high hill is the Old Court House Museum. Built between 1858 to 1860 by 100 skilled slave artisans, it is considered to be one of the most outstanding courthouses in the country. The entrance is flanked by four colonnade towering to 30 feet (9.14 meters). Jefferson Davis started his political career on its grounds with a speech. He later on became the Confederate President. It became a museum in 1948 after years of neglect. Stroll through its many rooms for a glimpse of history that is exciting and gloomy at times as many exhibits show the ordeal that the Civil War caused on the local people. The Old Court House Museum has a plethora of relics such as Confederate flags, delicate vintage furniture, china, silver, pre-civil war clothing, toys and fine artifacts. There is a gift shop in the museum where you can buy besides reproduced items, authentic historic coins, shell fragments and more as mementos.

    1008 Cherry Street
    Vicksburg , MS 39183

    »Biedenharn Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia

    In this restored building in 1894, Coca-Cola was bottled for the first time anywhere in the world. Owned and operated by The Vicksburg Foundation for Historic Preservation, a not-for-profit group, the museum can be toured in about 30 minutes. An original soda fountain with soft drinks and ice cream, candies, and a nice selection of gifts, including Coca-Cola memorabilia, are offered.

    1107 Washington Street
    Vicksburg, Mississippi 39183

    »Yesterday's Children Antique Doll and Toy Museum

    Museum and gift shop housed in an interesting old building featuring four rooms filled with more than 1,000 dolls, boys' and girls' toys, and accessories dating from the 1880's to the present.

    1104 Washington Street
    Vicksburg, Mississippi 39183

    »U.S.S. Cairo Museum

    Not to be missed! See the Civil War gunboat and the numerous artifacts recovered from it when raised from the bed of the Yazoo River in the 1960's. After viewing the gunboat in an outside viewing area, you'll go inside to the museum where you'll see an astonishing variety and number of personal artifacts that belonged to the crew. Open 8:30a.m - 5:00p.m daily.

    1 Cairo Circle
    Vicksburg, Mississippi 39183
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