Traveling Exhibits

The Museum of Mississippi History offers eight traveling exhibits. The exhibits are free for in-state institutions; out-of-state organizations may request the exhibits for $500 apiece. Traveling exhibits are booked for eight-week increments. If an exhibit has not been reserved elsewhere, bookings may be extended. To learn more or reserve a traveling exhibit, email the Museum of Mississippi History or call 601-576-6800.Monument

The Freedom Rides: Journey for Change
An exhibit focusing on the individuals who in 1961 challenged segregation practices in interstate travel throughout the Deep South and their time in Mississippi.

A River Unleashed: The 1927 Mississippi River Flood
An exhibit focusing on one of the nation’s worst natural disasters, the 1927 Mississippi River Flood

An exhibit featuring Mississippi subjects photographed by award-winning author Eudora Welty

Eudora Welty: Other Places
An exhibit featuring photographs taken by Welty in New York City and New Orleans

Inspiring the Next Generation: Exceptional Mississippi Women
An exhibit focusing on Mississippi women that shaped the state and the nation

The Old Capitol: Mississippi’s Greatest Treasure
An exhibit on the history of Mississippi’s most historic building

Putting De Soto in His Place
An exhibit retracing Hernando De Soto’s path through Mississippi

Through the Lens: Copiah County Truck Farming
An exhibit featuring photographs from the Luther M. Hamilton Collection of a truck farming community

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