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This is an amazing collection of photos, clothing, soldier belongins, citizen's personal effects. Can't say enough good things about this museum. You can easily spend hours here. On top of that, the building itself is incredible. Highly recommend!! Be sure to say hi to the
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There is a very one sided southern view of the Civil War and the Confederacy in this museum. They really downplayed and almost justified the suffering and plight of the slaves. The displays looked old and tired. I regret spending time and money on this museum.
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I really enjoyed this little self guided tour. It was $6 per person and we spent a little over an hour looking around. There is so much to see here and so much to learn. If you're a history buff this is absolutely the tour for you. And there are a couple of cute chonky cats
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Amazing collection of historical artifacts. Very incredible building and grounds. We love the giant magnolias outside of the courthouse. This place inside and out is a wonder to see. The staff is friendly. Our favorite gift shop in town.
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The Court House Museum is as close as you can get to the history of Vicksburg, without getting onboard a time machine. The artifacts in this museum tell the story of good times and bad in this fair city. From Native American trade on the Natchez Trace, Steam Shipping paddle
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