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Also known as the Magnolia State, Mississippi has an abundance of magnolia flowers and trees in the state.

The state capital of Mississippi is Jackson.

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Jackson

Native Americans of the Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes originally occupied the Jackson area.

In 1863 the city was nicknamed Chimneyville after it was destroyed by Union troops under General William T. Sherman.

The recovery after the war was slow, until gas was discovered nearby in the 1930s.

Jackson is still a sleepy town today, although the population has swelled and there are many places of interest relating to its history, and a number of notable mansions to visit.

Mississippi Gaming Commission:
The MGC routinely receives inquiries about the win/hold percentage and casino patronage and investments in the state-regulated casinos.

Accommodation in Jackson

Hotels in Jackson, Mississippi.

Vicksburg

Vicksburg was considered a key in the American Civil War.

Vicksburg National Military Park contains memorials, monuments, and restored markers showing the fortified battle lines of the Union and Confederate armies. Near the park is Vicksburg National Cemetery.

Vicksburg Convention & Visitors Bureau:
Information on tourism in Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Vicksburg National Cemetery:
Embracing 116 acres, this is the final resting place of 17,000 Union Soldiers; a number unmatched by any other national cemetery.

Vicksburg National Military Park:
The battlefield at Vicksburg is in an excellent state of preservation. It includes 1,325 historic monuments and markers, 20 miles of reconstructed trenches and earthworks, a 16 mile tour road, antebellum home, 144 emplaced cannon, restored Union gunboat-USS Cairo, and the Vicksburg National Cemetery.

Accommodation in Vicksburg

Hotels in Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Around Mississippi

Mississippi gets its name from the Mississippi River, meaning big river in Algonquian.

States neighbouring Mississippi are: Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee and Alabama.

Mississippi is a humid state in the south, with the Mississippi River forming its western boundary with Louisiana and Arkansas.

Mississippi Tourism Association:
The 275-member organisation is guided by a Board of Directors representing all parts of the State of Mississippi and all segments within the hospitality industry.

MS Traffic Watch:
Mississippi Traffic Watch is designed to provide real-time traffic information, to help the public get around Mississippi.

State of Mississippi:
The official page for the government of Mississippi state.

Visit Mississippi:
The official site of the Mississippi Division of Tourism.

Vacation opportunities in Mississippi include casino gaming, world-class entertainment, resorts and spas, golf, hunting, fishing, camping, beaches, historic sites, and homely inns.

Mississippi Regions

Capital/River Region

From moss-draped trees to big city attractions, the Capital/River Region also features stately mansions, cannon-lined battlefields and rich southern history.

Coastal Region

The Coastal Region offers neon-filled nightlife, sparkling Gulf water and unspoiled forests.

Delta Region

Experience the legendary mystique of the Delta Region along with the exciting casinos of Tunica, Lula and Greenville. And, of course, there's the Blues.

Hills Region

The Hills Region is rich with wooded vistas and colourful history.

Pines Regions

With its diverse terrain and down-home fun, the Pines Region lets you get to know "the father of country music" at the Jimmie Rodgers Museum in Meridian.

Columbus

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Columbus is the perfect destination for anyone who appreciates classic Southern architecture, good food, a friendly atmosphere, or just a down-home way of living.

Meta-Travel Members By Juna'uh Allgood.

Historic Home Tours:
Visit illustrious homes in the Columbus Historic district.

Natchez

Before the Civil War, most of Mississippi's cotton millionaires built their estates around Natchez.

Natchez Pilgrimage Tours offer maps and information on the history behind the properties.

For an interesting drive through Civil War battle sites, take the Natchez Trace Parkway up from Natchez to Nashville, in Tennessee.

Visit Natchez:
Combine all of the rich historical heritage with superb recreational, dining and lodging facilities and you have a truly unique experience; you have Natchez.

Money also flows into Natchez through the floating casinos.

Accommodation in Natchez

Hotels in Natchez, Mississippi.

Tupelo

On the old Natchez Trace, in north-eastern Mississippi, Tupelo is the July 1866 site of the Battle of Tupelo.

Tupelo is also the birthplace of Elvis Presley, and many of his fans still visit the museum and memorial chapel.

Accommodation in Tupelo

Hotels in Tupelo, Mississippi.

Biloxi

26 miles of imported white sand turned this Mississippi resort into America's Riviera, and one of the world's largest man-made beaches.

The marina has 31-slips and an Epie hardwood dock with observation decks and walking promenades. There is also a theatre on site with nationally recognised musicians and comedians.

Accommodation in Biloxi

Beau Rivage Resort and Casino: Biloxi, Mississippi.
875 Beach Blvd.

Official Website:
Beau Rivage Resort & Casino.

The 32-story Beau Rivage features 1,740 rooms, including 95 luxury suites.

Elegant rooms feature lush fabrics and draperies with Spanish and Grecian marble throughout spacious bathrooms. Each room has original artwork and offers a stunning view of the Mississippi Gulf or the Back Bay.

Hotel amenities include a 24-hour full casino, twelve restaurants, five lounges, an elevated cafe and bar, a shopping esplanade, a day spa, and a garden atrium.

Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino: Biloxi, Mississippi.
850 Bayview.

Official Website:
IP Casino Resort Spa.

The elegant Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino offers 1,088 brand new rooms and bathrooms, free high-speed wireless internet access, and upgraded amenities.

Hotel amenities include a full casino, Cinema 6 (six theatres), five fine-dining restaurants, and three snack areas.

From the Coast’s only Vegas-style ultra lounge to the towering hotel with great water views, IP Hotel & Casino has it all.

Hotels in Biloxi, Mississippi.

Gulfport

Gulfport, to the west of Biloxi, is quieter.

Institute for Marine Mammal Studies:
Together with its scientific collaborators, IMMS hopes to make a significant impact on the health and well-being of dolphins in the Mississippi Sound and adjacent waters of the Northern Gulf of Mexico.

Mississippi Blues

The Blues Route

Blues legends such as Bessie Smith, W.C Handy, Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker cruised into Memphis on US 61.

Clarksdale

At the crossroads of US 61 and US 49, Clarksdale's Delta Blues Museum is a tribute to Muddy Waters and other blues greats.

Clarksdale also holds an annual blues festival during the first week of August.

Tunica

Some of the world's top names in casinos, offering rolling action 24 hours a day, make Tunica a gaming experience to enjoy.

Tunica Mississippi:
The gambling and casino capital of The South. World-class casinos and Southern hospitality will surely win you over. If you like to win, you owe it to yourself to discover Tunica, Mississippi, just south of Memphis.

Golf in Mississippi

Mississippi has over 140 golf courses to choose from and the PGA Tour even stops in the state, for the Southern Farm Bureau Golf Classic.

Golfing in Mississippi:
Long before glitzy casinos dotted the Mississippi coastline and the golf boom produced brand-new, daily-fee treasures, there was a historic match that just might have caused folks in these parts to re-think the game of golf.

Mississippi Golf Association:
Participants in Mississippi Golf Association State Championships need to have an established GHIN handicap.

Mississippi Gulf Coast Golf Association:
The Mississippi Gulf Coast Golf Association, the only organisation on the Gulf Coast 100% dedicated to promoting golf, is a non-profit golf destination marketing organisation.

Mississippi Municipalities

Mississippi Travel Guides

Mississippi Travel Guides - Mississippi Maps.

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