PO Box 680, 1999 County Rd 145, Greenwood Mississippi 38930
The focus of this state living history park is the re-created 1850s antebellum cotton plantation, which features costumed interpreters describing 19th-century life as well as historic trades and crafts. Special seasonal activities and public programs are sponsored March 1 through the first week in December. Cotton Museum open year-round; plantation closed Mondays and major winter holidays.
Other Mississippi State Parks nearby:
(Greenwood) Florewood River Plantation State Park
(Durant) Holmes County State Park
(Grenada) Hugh White State Park
(Louisville) Legion State Park
(Louisville) Nanih Waiya State Park
11/28 Coming to The Greenwood area
World Catfish Festival Belzoni MS April6 This whiskers and fin festival held every April celebrates the world's largest catfish fry. Bands ranging from Gospel, Country, to Rock-n-Roll and Blues! Free Kids Zone!
World Famous Armidillo Festival Hamburg AR May1-4 The World Famous Armidillo Festival takes place on Hamburg's town square and the surrounding blocks. Local bands play on Friday night of the festival and all day Saturday to ensure your weekend is the best.