LeFleur Museum District

Long Live Wonder

Welcome to the LeFleur Museum District

Bringing together four uniquely amazing museums—MS Sports Hall of Fame, MS Children's Museum, MS Ag Museum and MS Museum of Natural Science—the district offers limitless wondrous possibilities. From unforgettable moments in sports history to imagination-filled times with your kids. A chance to relive the magic of small-town life, early aviation and agriculture, combined with adventures on the wild side with living creatures, huge aquariums and even dinosaurs. Come see and experience the LeFleur Museum District for yourself. The first thing you’ll wonder is where in the world to begin.

Adults: $19.50
Seniors (60+): $17.00
Students (3-18): $16.00

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Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame

Mississippi Sports
Hall of Fame & Museum

601-982-8264

Immerse yourself in Mississippi’s rich sports history. See Mississippians winning Olympic Gold, Super Bowl MVPs, World Series games and much more. All ages will enjoy interactive games and exhibits in the museum where the Magnolia State’s legends live forever.

Mississippi Agriculture & Forestry Museum

Mississippi Agriculture
& Forestry Museum

601-432-4500

Discover our state’s proud agricultural legacy as you explore Small Town, Mississippi. Visit the farmstead and our mules—Joe and Sally. Find out how farmers lived and worked as you jouney from the past to meet the future. It’s all here in this one-of-a-kind place.

Mississippi Children’s Museum

Mississippi
Children's Museum

601-981-5469

Dig for fossils, captain a shrimp boat and cast a line for catfish in the Mississippi River! Paint in the arts gallery, enjoy a game of larger-than-life Scrabble, then crawl through the digestive system and get flushed! The adventure has just begun at the children’s museum.

Mississippi Natural Science Museum

Mississippi Natural
Science Museum

601-576-6000

Spend some time on the wild side checking out Mississippi’s natural landscape and its inhabitants. There are live alligators, snakes, snapping turtles, 200 species of native fish and other cool living creatures to see—as well as a hiking trail for taking in the great outdoors.

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