Crossroads Museum, Corinth, Mississippi

The Crossroads Museum and Historic Corinth Depot in downtown Corinth, Mississippi offers visitors an array of subject matters of interest under one roof.

With more than a dozen small to large permanent exhibits, the museum displays Corinth history wonderfully and in professional displays. With views of the famous crossroads from the safety of inside the museum to an up-close walk down the tracks, the museum is a train enthusiasts dream come true. A new construction on the grounds will also allow visitors conductor level views of passing trains from a second level viewing platform above a historic fire truck display.

In addition to railroad and Civil War history, the museum is home to thousands of artifacts detailing the city’s rich history in both cultural and industrial pursuits. Exhibits paying homage to aviation pioneer Roscoe Turner, baseball star Don Blasingame, NFL grant Jackie Simpson, the Rotary Club’s impact on the community and the southern delicacy hot tamale are just examples of the many interesting subjects outlining within the depot’s interior galleries. Adjacent to the depot, visitors can climb aboard a vintage train caboose and snap the perfect selfie in front of the bright red machine. Another great photo spot can be found in the front courtyard where a Civil War cannon used during the Battle of Shiloh sits.

Step into the Crossroads Museum and be transported back in time to experience the stories of those who have lived in and around Corinth and Alcorn County, Mississippi over thousands of years.

Current hours:
Friday, Saturday & Monday   10 am – 4 pm
Sunday   1 – 4 pm

221 N. Fillmore St. Corinth, MS. 38834

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