Rolling Fork Visitor Center and Museum, Rolling Fork

That Mississippi sound, that Delta sound ..." (Muddy Waters)

Just one turn off of Highway 61 and you can experience down home Delta hospitality at its best. The Rolling Fork Visitors Center and Museum welcomes travelers and old friends. Travel information and rest rooms are available.

While visiting, don't miss the museum! Located inside the Visitor Center it's worth taking the time to read, listen and learn about the culture,heritage and history of this area.

Did you know that President Theodore Roosevelt hunted bear in Sharkey County, MS? Do you know why the teddy bear originated from this hunt?

Did you know Muddy Waters was born near Rolling Fork? Do you know why he was called Muddy Waters and why he was so important in the birth of the blues?

Did you know Native American Mounds were abundant in this area? Do you know how the mounds were built and who built them?

Did you know about the Steele Bayou Expedition and its importance during the Civil War? Do you know how the Confederate troops stopped the Union soldiers?

Did you know the Delta is an agricultural community? Do you know how the crops are grown and harvested?

All of the answers to these questions can be found inside the Rolling Fork Visitors Center and Museum. It's worth the visit!

"That Delta sound"is not just music but a way of life. It's a feeling. It's an experience. It's the Rolling Fork Visitors Center and Museum. Plan to see Rolling Fork Visitor Center and Museum and other attractions that appeal to you using our Rolling Fork attractions site .
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  • My husband and I enjoyed an hour or more in this wonderful local museum recently. The two women who were volunteers there that day were really friendly, welcoming and informative about Rolling Fork...  more »
  • This is the best little visitor center/museum anywhere. The volunteers that work here are so welcoming and knowledgeable about the area. The displays are informative and very professional, a must...  more »
  • A great museum right off the Blues Highway. The museum doesn't take long to go through, but it's set up very well. The displays are top-notch and informative. It's also popular with fans of Muddy Waters.
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