The hospitality is great and all, but the amazing food you’ll find at the best restaurants in Mississippi is a close second when it comes to the perks of living here. And that delicious cuisine can be found all over the state, even in small towns that seem to be in the middle of nowhere. Oftentimes, these remote restaurants serve up some of the best food around – and that’s exactly the case with H.D. Gibbes & Sons country store in Learned.

For more information about one of the best restaurants in Mississippi, visit H. D. Gibbes & Sons’ website. 

And if you like vintage, follow this route for the best antiquing road trip in Mississippi.

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Old Places To Visit In Mississippi

What are the oldest attractions in Mississippi?

Follow this route to the oldest sites in Mississippi for a peek into the past. The names of these charming towns along this route include:

  • Holly Springs is for history buffs as the charming small town has several historic districts to explore, and hummingbirds are also prevalent here.
  • Speaking of history, Port Gibson was established in 1803 and is the state’s third-oldest settlement, offering glimpses of architecture from long ago in storefronts and mansions, and significant battlefield and Civil War sites.
  • Canton hosts a gorgeous Greek Revival Courthouse in the center of town surrounded by colorful buildings in Courthouse Square full of museums, galleries, and one-of-a-kind boutiques.
  • Bay Saint Louis is lucky enough to be located on the Gulf of Mexico and inland you'll find the Old Town area full of delicious dining and shopping options.
  • Cleveland is a great attraction for music lovers, offering the great Grammy Museum Mississippi and you can also listen to music while eating a hamburger at Hey Joe's.
  • In 2021, New Albany was ranked one of The South’s Best Small Towns 2021 by Southern Living, if that tells you anything.
  • Having the honor as the birthplace of the King of Rock ‘n Roll, Tupelo is full of cultural and historical discoveries, including the Tupelo Automobile Museum and the Tupelo National Battlefield. Do you have another favorite town in Mississippi that should be on this list?


Where can I find the largest fabric store in Mississippi?

Located in Corinth on South Harper Road, Fabric Warehouse supplies crafters and sewers endless bolts of fabric and notions with new shipments coming in regularly. And if you need a chair reupholstered, the staff at this one-stop-shop can deliver along with hemming, sewing, and monogramming. And if you want to learn a new craft, classes are also available here, some that have nothing to do with sewing, such as flower arranging. For more information, visit the Fabric Warehouse's Facebook page.

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