The Natchez Trace Parkway stretches for 444 miles from Natchez all the way to Nashville, Tennessee, with its Mississippi terminus in Tishomingo County. Developed based on Native American, settler, and trader routes, the Trace is a scenic drive punctuated by pull-offs at historical and natural sites across Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee.
Vicksburg National Military Park preserves the battlefield of the Civil War campaign at Vicksburg, allowing visitors to drive the Union and Confederate lines and visit memorials honoring soldiers from different states.
The Mississippi Freedom Trail honors the men and women who fought for civil rights in Mississippi as well as the locations of some of the most important events in the Mississippi civil rights movement.
The Mississippi Blues Trail highlights the people and places of the blues, Mississippi’s contribution to the world’s music.
The Mississippi Country Music Trail lets visitors explore Mississippi’s contributions to country music.
The Hot Tamale Trail explores the culture and traditions of hot tamales in the Delta with stops in restaurants and grocery stores from Tunica to Vicksburg.
Explore other state attractions by region with this map from Visit Mississippi.