Arrive at Triangle Cultural Center

Tour the Sam Olden Historical Society Museum
A historical view of Yazoo County which includes the Flood of 1927, notable Yazooans, Willie Morris exhibit, Civil War history, Casey Jones story, the Fire of 1904, historic “Yazoo Firsts” exhibit, Prehistoric Yazoo County displays, Jerry Clower Exhibit, President Jimmy Cater visit, Yazoo Indian relics and much more (located on the second floor of the Triangle Cultural Center two flights of stairs)

Travel to and tour Oakes African American Cultural Museum
(A showcase of the African American Culture of Yazoo County)

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Other Available Attractions:

Hear the story of the legendary “witch of Yazoo” read by local story teller dressed in costume, and view the grave site of Willie Morris, author of Good Old Boy and My Dog Skip.
(located in Glenwood Cemetery)

Greg Harkins Woodworks, “Chairmaker to the Presidents” ADMISSION REQUIRED (30 minute drive to Vaughan, MS)

Yazoo County Agricultural Tours – See cotton, soybeans, corn, milo, and catfish farms (varies by season). We will visit a cotton gin and drive by beautiful Wolf and Broad Lakes. ADMISSION REQUIRED

Tour Downtown Historic District – Walk or Drive – Shopping also available.

Wells Ranch: Visit a 250-acre working ranch. See Ducks, Geese, Chickens, Cows, Horses. Inquire about fishing, led horseback rides, 4 wheelers and more. ADMISSION REQUIRED