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    Museums
    Museum
    Website
    Phone
    Admission Price
    Operating Hours
    Features
    Aaron Cotton Company Museum
    311 Delta Avenue, Clarksdale, MS 38614
    (662) 902-9069
    Free
    Open Year Round By appointment
    Visit the Cotton Museum and learn about the history of cotton and of that crops' relationship to Blues music.
    Africa House YA Providence Educational Resource Museum & Gallery
    52 Providence Rd. , Natchez, MS 39121
    www.visitnatchez.org
    (601) 442-4719
    Free
    Open Year Round, Daily by appointment, 9a.m.-6p.m.
    A living home based educational/African cultural continuum museum containing paintings, artifacts, carvings, videos, tools, and photographs of European enslavement forts, instruments, and traveling exhibits.
    African American Military History Museum
    305 E. Sixth St., Hattiesburg, MS 39401
    www.hattiesburguso.com/uso
    (601) 450-1942
    Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; closed Sun. & Mon.
    N/A
    Alice Moseley Folk Art and Antique Museum
    214 Bookter St. , Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
    www.alicemoseley.com
    (228) 467-9223
    Free
    Open Year Round Tuesday-Saturday, 9a.m.-2p.m.
    Alice Moseley was a nationally acclaimed folk artist, who worked from her studio, in her home. Today, a knowledgeable guide greets visitors with wonderful stories of all Ms. Moseley's artwork. Various items may be purchased.
    American-Indian Artifacts Museum
    179 State Line Rd. , Columbus, MS 39702
    (662) 251-1125
    Free
    Open Year Round
    The American Indian Artifacts Museum holds Native American artifacts dating back to hundreds and even thousands of years ago. The owners began collecting artifacts about 30-40 years ago. Many of the artifacts were given to the museum by local Indian tribal members. The museum is open for tour appointment.