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|Rankings||Fine Arts Programs|
|1||University of Mississippi
Department of Art
Address: PO Box 1848, University, MS 38677
Phone: (662) 915-7193
Address: Box 4020, Clinton, MS 39058
Phone: (601) 925-3231
|3||University of Southern Mississippi
Department of Art
Address: 118 College Drive , Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001
Phone: (601) 266-4315
Cypress Swamp Trail
The “Cypress Swamp Trail” is a path that is located near Jackson and leads through a large swamp area. The special thing about the “Swamp Trail” is that the wooden walkway is built on raised posts. During such an exciting tour through the swamp, one sees alligators, snakes and turtles as well as a multitude of water birds. An experience not to be missed.
Delta Blues Museum
The Delta Blues Museum is located in Clarksdale and as the name suggests, this museum is entirely dedicated to the blues. A comprehensive collection of blues memorabilia is on display, as well as some works of art including statues and photographs related to the music. The museum was founded in 1979 and is located in the former Yazoo train station. The museum building was also entered on the National Register of Historic Places.
“Dunleith” is an antebellum property in Natchez. The previous building that was once on this site, called Routhland, fell victim to a fire in 1855 and so today’s Dunleith was built on this site. The magnificent villa with its 26 rooms has been a historical house museum for many years. It has also been declared a National Historic Landmark and added to the National Register of Historic Places.
“Fort Massachusetts” was once a coastal fort owned by the US Army. It is located on West Ship Island, an island near Gulfport. The brick-built roundabout was built in 1859, but was not completed until 1866. The historic fort is now a popular tourist attraction and can be reached by a passenger ferry.
Graceland Too is a two-story house owned by Paul McLeod, a regular Holly Springs citizen. And he’s a big Elvis fan: that’s why he has dedicated a huge shrine to the King of Rock’n’Roll. The house is open 24 hours a day all year round. McLeod is honored to show interested visitors and tourists around his humble home. Here you can find all souvenirs and memorabilia that have to do with Elvis. The house was originally pink, then white and since 2012 it has been shining in a bright Mediterranean blue.