Are you looking for an exciting and educational experience? Look no further than the museums of northeastern Mississippi! From Here to There consists of eleven interactive exhibits designed to engage and educate visitors. The 4-H Museum in Mississippi is the first independent 4-H museum in the country, featuring interactive exhibits, collections, and videos that tell the story of Mississippi 4-H. It is located on the campus of the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Museum, 1150 Lakeland Dr. This list of Mississippi museums encompasses institutions (including non-profit organizations, government entities, and private companies) that collect and care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest and make their related collections or exhibitions available to the public. The Mississippi Civil Rights Museum shares the stories of a Mississippi movement that changed the nation through eight interactive exhibits.
The Game Changers exhibition is sponsored locally by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, the Massachusetts Natural Science Museum Foundation, the Feild Cooperative Association, and Sanderson Farms, Inc. Game Changers is a traveling exhibition developed and produced by the Canadian Museum of Science and Technology and managed by Science North in partnership with the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Electronic Arts. Mississippi has a relatively large number of museums focusing on blues music. The From Here to There exhibition is sponsored by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Foundation, the Cooperative Field Association, the Walker Foundation, and W.The Regions column in the table references regional areas with boundaries used by the Mississippi Convention and Visitors Bureau (but with neutral names), as described in the Regions section below. The exhibition is locally sponsored by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, the Mississippi Natural Science Museum Foundation, Nissan, Regions Bank, Trustmark, Weyerhaeuser, and other generous sponsors.
The Mississippi State University Extension Service 4-H program welcomed 69 young people ages 14 to 18 on April 22 at the Mill Conference Center in Starkville to help some of these future leaders learn not only to lead but also to take care of themselves and their peers in difficult times. Visiting a museum is a great way to learn about history while having fun. With so many interactive exhibits available at northeastern Mississippi museums, there's something for everyone! So don't miss out on this unique opportunity to explore all that these museums have to offer. From Civil Rights history to 4-H programs to Game Changers exhibitions - there's something for everyone!If you're looking for an exciting educational experience that will engage your mind and your senses - look no further than northeastern Mississippi's museums! With eleven interactive exhibits, eight interactive exhibits, and a variety of other exhibitions - there's something for everyone! Whether you're interested in learning about Civil Rights history or exploring 4-H programs - you'll find it all at these fascinating museums. Plus, you'll get to experience first-hand some of the most innovative interactive exhibits around!So don't miss out on this unique opportunity to explore all that these museums have to offer.
From Civil Rights history to 4-H programs to Game Changers exhibitions - there's something for everyone!.