Each fall, antique car enthusiasts come to Biloxi for Cruisin' The Coast. Here, guests can step back in time to the age of bobby socks and poodle skirts. Antique cars and hot rods from as far away as Canada come to cruise 30 mile of stretch of highway that hugs the beaches and through charming coastal towns. For all guests, there are block parties and luaus to enjoy.

  • Natchez, Mississippi in Natchez, MS

Each spring and fall, Natchez hosts the Natchez Pilgrimage where locals open the doors of their historic homes and allow visitors to look around. Whether you are a history lover, architect, or interior designer, this is a great opportunity to tour these historic homes. This is an opportunity to step into the past when cotton was king and plantation owners built massive homes in Greek revival styles.

  • Courthouse Grounds Cleveland in Cleveland, MS

For one day each spring, hundreds of artists will show off their creations for the Cleveland Crosstie Arts and Jazz Festival in Cleveland. This juried art show features art in many mediums from painting to sculpture. Visitors can enjoy races, live entertainment, and sample local cuisine. For the children, there is plenty of activities, including a kid's train and face painting.

  • 300 John Lee Hooker Lane Clarksdale, MS 38669 in Clarksdale, MS

Each spring, Clarksdale hosts the Juke Joint Festival and Planters Celebration with fun for the whole family. This festival features pig races and street musicians. Children can enjoy the petting zoo and a train ride. For the music lovers in the family, there are plenty of live music concerts in the evenings.

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