20 Things To Do In Mississippi This Summer
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20 Things To Do In Mississippi This Summer

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20 Things To Do In Mississippi This Summer
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Barq's root beer was invented by Edward Barq in 1898. When making your way around town be sure to enjoy an ice cold Barq's root beer!

1. Lighthouse in Biloxi 

2. Triplett-Day Drug Company on Ship Island 

3. Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum in Biloxi

4. Mississippi Museum of Natural Science in Jackson 

5. Ship Island Excursions on Ship Island  

6. Hattiesburg Zoo in Hattiesburg 

7. Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson 

8. Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi 

9. Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort in D'lberville 

10. Infinity Science Center in Pearlington 

11. Mississippi Petrified Forest in Flora 

12. The Crosby Arboretum in Picayune 

13. Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refugee in Brooksville 

14. Lauren Rogers Museum of Art in Laurel 

15. Mississippi River Basin Model in Jackson 

16. Fort Massachusetts on Ship Island 

17. Brussels Bonsai Nursery in Olive Branch

18. Mammy's Cupboard in Natchez

19. Parlor Market in Jackson 

20. Cypress Swamp in Canton

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