Take a gentle stroll along the hand laid brick streets of Olde Towne Clinton and learn more about the people and places that make Clinton unique. Meet Charles Caldwell and hear of his tragic death, while celebrating his contributions to reconstruction in Mississippi. Visit the site of the Clinton Riot. Where reconstruction tragically came to an end. End your visit with a stop at the oldest African American Church in Clinton to learn about the work the church did to ensure voting rights for all people.
Finish your day with a meal at the Country Kitchen for unique, down home Mississippi soul food.
Home to world renowned artists Sam Gore and Wyatt Waters, Clinton is an art lovers paradise. Visit the Gore and Waters Art Galleries in the heart of Olde Towne. Check out the murals on College Street, Jefferson and Leake Streets. Marvel at the many hand-crafted life size statues on the campus of Mississippi College. Experience the art of nature at the Clinton Community Nature Center.
Begin your day at the Olde Towne Depot to learn how the railroad helped shape Clinton and our nation. Step back in time to begin your www.Clintonhistoricaltour.com and meet the people and events that made Clinton the education epicenter of Mississippi. Move on to the Quisenberry Library to visit the walking trail to learn more about famous Clintonians that made significant contributions to our state, nation and world. Finish your day with lunch and shopping in Olde Towne Clinton.