2440 Casino Strp Res Blvd
Robinsonville, MS 38664
Phone: (662) 363-9996
Fax: (662) 357-0180
"Serving DeSoto, Lafayette, Panola, Tate, and Tunica counties in Northwest Mississippi," this full service library offers a wide range of books and reference materials, as well as programs for both children and adults.
Learn the history of famed Spanish explorer Hernando deSoto, who explored this area in 1541 and 1542, through this courthouse's spectacular wall murals which depict DeSoto's discovery of the Mississippi River.
An old plantation store that is everything but plain.
This Victorian home, authentically furnished, is one of the finest examples of Queen Anne architecture in the South. The Pillow-Thompson House is opened for tours.
Sponsored by the Sonny Boy Blues Society, live blues performances.
Nestled on approximately 120 acres of rolling hills, this interesting family owned farm offers "the best fun in the country" through hayrides, ponyrides, a petting zoo, a children's playground, and a picnic area. Don't miss the "Pumpkin Patch" in the fall and, in June, you can pick fresh blackberries.
Visit the final resting place of those dating back to 1850. William H. Grey, the first African-American elected to Arkansas General Assembly in 1869, is buried here.
Whitehaven School is a public secondary school that opened in 1911 and was the only school till 1962. The school strives to provide students with skills that make them productive members of society. Several students have been invited to be part of well known universities for different programs. Being one of the best education institutes in the nation, the teachers here always maintain a professional outlook. They ensure students excel in academics as well as in extra curriculars.