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Yazoo Visitor Info : M-F, 8A-5P CDT

Yazoo County Blues and Heritage Tour

Tour Length: Approx. 4 hrs.

Arrive at Blue Front Cafe

Hear the history of the Bentonia Style Blues, told by Jimmy “Duck” Holmes

Bentonia Style Music performed by Jimmy Duck Holmes,

Stop by and view the 3 MS Blues Trail Markers in Bentonia, MS
(Skip James, Jack Owens, and the Blue Front Cafe)

Leave for Yazoo City (15 minute drive)

Lunch at Local Restaurant

Visit Yazoo City’s Mississippi Blues Trail Markers
(“Gatemouth” Moore and Tommy McClennan)

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

Leave for Next Destination


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.

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Yazoo County CVB

Yazoo County Convention & Visitors Bureau
P.O. Box 186
110 N Jerry Clower Blvd, Suite S
Yazoo City, Mississippi 39194
Toll Free: (800) 381-0662
Phone: (662) 746-1815
Fax: (662) 746-1816

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