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About Mississippi

Mississippi, the twentieth state of the US, also famous as ‘the Hospitality State’ and ‘the Magnolia State’, is a cosmopolitan destination with a rich legacy. It has lots of world-famous destinations and attractions. It has a humid subtropical climate with many natural marvels, such as rivers, deltas, pines, coastal areas and hills. Tourists can come here year-round to enjoy their vacations. For their accommodations, there are various types of vacation home rentals in Mississippi, such as villas, cottages, condos, cabins, apartments and chalets. These vacation rentals are equipped with all modern facilities and amenities to ensure an advanced living standard of tourists.

Why Visit Mississippi?

Mississippi has something for everyone—luscious cuisines, eclectic music, arts and galleries, gorgeous beaches, enjoyable nightlife, historical sites and monuments and warm, gregarious and hospitable locals. All in all, it is an ideal vacation spot for tourists hailing from different regions of the world.

Things to Visit in Mississippi

Mississippi boasts many attractions that have captured the attention of tourists. Some of the most noted ones that are known the world over include the following:

Ocean Springs: This is one of the most famous towns in the state of Mississippi. It is an ideal spot for those, who are craftsmen and artists as it abounds with many studios and art shops.  It has many ancient churches that date back to the 18th century. The Walter Anderson Museum of Art is one of the best spots in this state. The collections in this museum include drawings, watercolors, oil paintings, ceramics, etc.

Old Capitol Museum: This is a marvelous building, constructed in a Greek Revival-style and is famous as National Historic Landmark. It is made up of limestone with a copper dome. It accommodates a museum that throws light on the historic and government events that happened here. Guides are available here to help those who want to enrich their knowledge related to architecture, construction and restoration of this exceptional building.

Old Courthouse Museum: This is a registered museum, run by the Vicksburg and Warren County Historical Society. The exhibits kept inside it include household items, clothing, confederate flags and items of furniture. In addition, it also has a teddy bear and Native American artifacts. The McCardle Research library is a wonderful attraction here that has original documents and historical volumes of the past.

Natchez Trace Parkway: This is a popular route with many things to do and enjoy.  The noted attractions located here include historic sites, scenic lookouts, archaeological sites and prehistoric mounds. Photography is the most enjoyable activity for tourists here. 

Mississippi Museum of Natural Science: This museum provides lots of information to tourists about Mississippi's wildlife. The 100,000-gallon aquarium is one of the most things here that has over 200 native species. In addition, it has a huge fossil collection.

Beaches nearMississippi

Waveland Beach: In addition to having cool sand and blue water, this beach features Buccaneer State Park. It is a perfect place for those who want to spend time with their families. It has shallow water; kids can jump and watch fish zoon; pets can play in the sand etc.

Old Bridge Beach: This is a stunning beach that features white sand, crystal clear water, a volleyball court, picnic tables with grills, fishing pier and a playground. It is a perfect place for tourists to cool during summer seasons.

East Beach: This is a residential type of beach where tourists can get the home-away-from-home experience, such as bed and breakfast. Tourists can enjoy their lives to the fullest here.

Gulfport Beach: This an ideal beach for those, who are fond of swimming, sunbathing, parasailing and jet-skiing. The interesting thing about it is that it organizes volleyball competitions here right through the year.

Pass Christian Beach: Famous as ‘Birthplace of Yachting in the South’, this beach provides a family-friendly atmosphere to tourists. Surfing is the most enjoyable activity here for tourists.

Best Time to Visit Mississippi

In terms of weather, safety and tourism, there are two best times to visit Mississippi—from 12th March to 20th Man and from 24th September to 11th November. During these months, the weather remains warm and there are the least chances of snowfall and rainfall.

How to Visit Mississippi?

Tourists can easily access Mississippi from any corner of the world. It is connected by both air and land. The major airports located here are Golden Triangle Regional Airport, Gulfport–Biloxi International Airport and Jackson–Evers International Airport. In addition to this, car and bus services are also available for the transportation of tourists.

Vacation Home Rentals in Mississippi

In terms of accommodation, tourists are suggested to contact Find American Rentals, one of the best Mississippi vacation rentals by owner. It provides no booking fee vacation rentals to tourists at affordable prices.