Mississippi is a state known for the epic Mississippi River and the Mississippi Delta region that is thought to be the birthplace of blues music. The state is also home to historic cities and picturesque landscapes.
Visit the historic city of Natchez, which is known for its picturesque antebellum mansions that have since been turned into interesting museums. For more converted buildings, you can also pay a visit to Elvis Presley’s birthplace in Tupelo that has since been turned into a museum detailing the singer’s life.
When in Mississippi, you simply have to listen to blues music, and the best place is in the Mississippi Delta Region, where you can find bars playing live blues. Pay a visit to the Delta Blues Museum in the town of Clarkdale to find out more about the history of the genre.
Meanwhile, if you’re hoping to relax, you can visit Ship Island, which is a collection of two barrier islands off the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. On the islands, you can find beaches and sites from the American Civil War.
The best time to visit Mississippi is in the summer months of June, July and August, when the weather is warm and sunny.
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