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Small admission fee and gift store lots of old artefacts and information about the area the best part was the act old court house on the second floor. Nice to stop by. Free parking right outside on the road.
This old courthouse now converted to a museum is a treat. It holds a very wide variety of interesting exhibits from the area and beyond. The upstairs courthouse is the icing on the cake of a very worthwhile visit.
The history of the grand building being saved by a tenacious woman is inspiring and the collection here is extensive. The museum staff is friendly and knowledgeable, but lucky you if your visit is on a Thursday or Saturday, when noted author/historian and former curator...More
I found the premise of the museum offensive. It treats slavery as a benign economic development tool and glorifies the Confederacy as a necessity to defend states' rights. I realize that many in the northern states also benefited from and supported slavery, but it does...More
Only had a short time to visit. Could have enjoyed staying la bit longer but enjoyed the museum. It was well organized and gave a wonderful overview of the history of the area and the events of the civil war.
This museum gives a fascinating view of the history of Vicksburg and the surrounding area. Historians will appreciate the emphasis placed on the Civil War Battle of Vicksburg. There is much to see inside this lovely old building.
This place has more civil war records and history information than most places in Mississippi and even in the whole South. Bottom floor contains exhibits from local history, and top floor a well-preserved court house room from that period of our history.
it is a National Historic Landmark. We were in this museum for almost an hour. It would be easy to spend much more time, had we has some.
This large courthouse began in 1858. It survived Union shelling, and a direct hit from a tornado...More