Built in 1875, the Victorian home that was the birthplace of playwright Tennessee Williams was moved to its present location in 1995. Williams lived in the home, then the rectory for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, for three years. Restored to its 1911 state, the home exhibits about Williams and also serves as a state welcome center.
Location: Corner of Main and Third Street South, Columbus, MS 39703 Open Monday—Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Admission is free. Call: 601-328-0222. For more information on this and other literary sites in Mississippi: