Our Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area partners can help tailor your visit to the Mississippi Hills to your interests. Here are a few stops along the way, but there are many more! Please visit our partners’ websites links for a complete list of attractions or find listings by interest.

Booneville Main Street Association


Chickasaw County


Columbus Convention & Visitors Bureau


Visit the childhood home of famous playwright, Tennessee Williams.

Corinth Convention & Visitors Bureau


Make a stop at the Civil War Interpretive Center and Contraband Camp.

Holly Springs Tourism & Recreation Bureau


You’ll certainly want to visit the Ida B. Wells-Barnett Museum and historic Rust College.

Pontotoc County Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Association


Visit the historic Town Square Post Office & Museum or take a ride on the scenic Tanglefoot Trail.

Ripley Main Street Association


Starkville Convention & Visitors Bureau


Explore the Mississippi State University campus and stop by the Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library and Museum.

Tishomingo County Tourism Council


Walk the paths of Native Americans and uncover history and scenic beauty at Tishomingo State Park.

Tupelo Convention & Visitors Bureau


Find your rhythm in the birthplace of the “King of Rock ‘N’ Roll,” and visit the Elvis’ humble beginnings at the Elvis Presley Birthplace and Museum.

Union County Heritage Museum


Located in the picturesque town of New Albany, learn how the area has been shaped over time beginning with the days beasts roamed these lands to modern times.

Visit Oxford


A bucket list visit to Rowan Oak, the home of Nobel Prize-winning author William Faulkner, is a must do.

Water Valley Main Street Association


Explore the Casey Jones Railroad Museum and read the Mississippi Blues Trail marker dedicated to him.