This water park is one of the things that you definitely should not miss during your trip to Mississippi. Check out the Master Blaster which is the Gulf Coast's first and only water roller coaster. It will take you through an extremely thrilling 500 feet slide filled with breathtaking twists and turns. The Cat Island Catapult and the Lil Pelican's Bay are great for younger kids where they can splash around and play with fun water cannons.
If you have always been fascinated by the life of the musical genius Elvis Presley, then this is one place that you should not dare miss. The tour will take you through the "Walk Of Life" which is a concrete circle surrounding the house where the King was born. You will then visit the Elvis Presley Museum where you can observe some of the personal collections of Elvis's longtime friend Janelle McComb. End your tour at the Gift Shop where you can bring home with you some unique souvenirs from the tour.
The historic battle of Tupelo happened in 1864 when Union Forces marched into Tupelo and fought fiercely with the Disorganized Confederate soldiers. Today the park is home to a monument that includes two informational panels explaining the significance of the battle. If you have always been fascinated by American history, then this park should be on your must-visit list.
Discover an exciting and enchanting world under the sea as you visit the Marine Life Oceanarium at the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies. Here, you will get to enjoy a hands-on learning experience and interact with unique sea creatures at the Discovery Room's touch pools. Enjoy watching different types of dolphins at the Dolphin Presentation and sign in for a one-of-a-kind Dolphin Encounter.
Visiting Mississippi would not be complete without watching a stage play at the Riley Center. Their state-of-the-art theater will give you an experience that you will never forget as you watch entertaining theater performances and musical shows.
Mississippi is an exciting state full of natural beauty, historic landmarks, and cultural attractions. This state is known as both the Magnolia State and the Hospitality State, giving a hint of the warm reception you'll get when visiting Mississippi....