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This African American History & Culture Museum in Natchez is a small museum with many local displays and artifacts. Our Tour guide led us thru the museum explaining the personal experience and the reasons why the African American's used several experiences to try to become...More
The museum is a grassroots effort to give voice to the African American experience in Natchez. The docent was extremely attentive and guided us through the entire collection. Her personal experience as a lifelong resident of Natchez added depth to her understanding and description of...More
You will not regret a visit to this museum! There is no fixed admission but you can leave a donation. The guide is excellent and very passionate. The tour takes as long as you want. Unfortunately we didn’t have much time and rushed our way...More
From the moment I stepped into this small but densely packed and richly informative museum, I felt drawn back in time to my childhood growing up black in Alabama. A lot of firsts awaited me: learning about the Domestic Slave Trade; lifting a burlap, cotton-picking...More
Great collection of materials about life in Natchez that really comes to life thanks to private tour with curator. He selected interesting stories to keep the kids engaged during the museum tour. Brings the history of Natchez alive better than any plantation home.
This museum is great value and we were shown round by a very knowledgeable host. Once he had taken us right round, we started again and went around checking out the little details we had missed the first time - there is so much! A...More
This museum has a great number of artifacts that include a little of everything. Pictures of Richard Wright from different points in his life were a highlight. But as others here have said, the museum doesn’t go far enough to explain the significance of what...More