The Mississippi Delta
Adventurous travelers will find the one-of-a-kind experiences they live for here in the Mississippi Delta.
The Mississippi Delta encompasses a wide array of unique shops and galleries. Art and antiques, books, specialty gifts and foods, and one of a kind pottery made from native clay is only the beginning of what you will find throughout the Delta and in historic downtown Greenwood. Strolling Howard Street is a time-honored tradition that offers the shopper a connection to the past when shopping downtown was a way of life.
These are a few of our guest favorites. To view a complete list of Greenwood shopping click here.
Experience the rich culture and heritage of the Delta through its vast offerings of museums and exhibits. Civil War artifacts, Indian mounds, juke joints, Blues museums, plantation homes, literary collections, and Kermit the Frog are all at your fingertips. Leave the beaten path to view the many miles of cotton, soybean, and corn fields along with the thousands of unlikely ponds where a majority of the world’s catfish is raised. And don’t forget the mighty Mississippi River, which shaped and continues to shape this magic, mysterious land.
Whether you're rolling down blacktop, gravel or dust, the Delta's backroads lead to people, places, events and spur-of-the-moment adventures. To discover more of the Delta, click here.
Mississippi Delta restaurants are some of the world’s best kept culinary secrets. The Mississippi Delta is a food lover’s paradise, a veritable melting pot of culinary traditions brought by the African-Americans, Italians, Chinese, and Lebanese, who, along with northern European settlers, populated this land. Adventures through the Delta can lead you to discover everything from fried catfish dishes, to the region’s famous homemade hot tamales, to some of the best fine dining to be had.
To view a complete list of local restaurants, click here.