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Black History Gallery
819 Wall Street
McComb, MS 39648
Black History Gallery is a collection and display of African-American pictures, books, and other historical materials.

Gulf South Art Gallery
228 5th Avenue
McComb, MS 39648
Visit Gulf South Art Gallery for a vast selection of pottery, paintings, and jewelry.

McComb Railroad Museum
108 N. Railroad Ave
McComb, MS 39648
One of the South’s best preserved collections of railroad history in downtown McComb.
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Osyka Veterans Park and Museum
112 West Railroad North
Osyka, MS 39657
601-248-0824 or 601-248-5411
The Osyka Veterans Park and Museum contains Osyka and military memorabilia. The museum is open for tours upon request.
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Jerry Clower Museum
1 Amazing Grace Lane
Liberty, MS 39645
The museum features memorabilia that highlights the career of Howard Gerald “Jerry” Clower, a popular comedian best known for his stories of the rural south.

For more information and an appointment of visit of museum, contact Mrs. Homerline Clower @

Camp Van Dorn World War II Museum
138 East Main Street
Centreville, MS 39631
The museum commerates the service men and women that were trained, stationed and deployed from Camp Van Dorn, including the 63rd and 99th Infantry.  The camp consists of 41,843 acres, most in which was in Amite County, with a small portion of Wilkinson County
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Wilkinson County Museum
Bank Street
Woodville, MS 39669
In addition to maintaining a permanent display of documents and artifacts from Wilkinson County's history, the museum offers for sale many resources for the genealogical researcher.

Railroad and Transportation Museum

Enter into the museum throught the Whistle Stop at 114 Franklin St., Tylertown, and enjoy a historical biew of the early years of our community.

Arbuthnot's Grocery and House Museum
8990 Pinckneyville Road
Woodville, Mississippi 39669
404-717-2056 or 601-888-3601
Come and visit the Arbuthnot's Grocery Museum and learn about the life and service of Willie and Estelle Arbuthnot. In the year of 1955, this dynamic duo built and operated a neighborhood grocery store during the days of segregation. The store was the lifeline of the community and the only gas station west of the town of Woodville, Mississippi. As a result of their service to the community, Arbuthnot's Grocery and House was entered on The National Register of Historic Places on May 20, 2016.
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