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1210 US 45 N., Columbus, MS, US, 39705

  • Phone: (662) 329-2422
  • Fax: (662) 327-0311
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4.5 out of 5 (119 reviews)
90% of guests recommend this hotel

Arts & Museums

»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

»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

»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

»Plymouth Bluff Museum

This interesting museum contains artifacts and cultural history exhibits dating back to the Cretaceous and Pleistocene ages.

2200 Old West Point Road
Columbus, Mississippi 39701

»Friday House Museum

The Mann/East/Friday House connects the Court Street Historic District and the West Point Central City Historic District. The restored home now houses a museum with exhibits which include West Point history, a Howlin' Wolf room, and a Payne Field exhibit honoring the Clay County World War I pilot training base staffed by Curtis Friday.

307 East Westbrook Street
West Point, Mississippi 39773

»Sam Y. Wilhite Transportation Museum

The Wilhite Museum tells the story of early West Point transportation from the early Native Americans in the 1700's through today's space exploration. Featured exhibits include a 1927 Model T Ford car, the largest working model railroad in the south, and a recreated railroad ticket office, in the original building, complete with a working telegraph, railroad clocks, and period telephones. Open Thursday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

201 Depot Street
West Point, Mississippi 39773
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