The Thruston House is a 2-story dog-trot house, a style common in the 19th century across the American South.
Located at Dupree Park, the pavilion is open for visitors to picnic or sit and rest or visit.
A scenic 57 acre nature preserve perfect for early morning walks and evening strolls with the family. The park includes signpost and printed guide to flora and fauna.
The Majors-Parchman Farmstead
This 1883 Victorian farmhouse has original outbuildings, a small barn, smokehouse, chicken coop with the living history exhibit of hens and nests, and an outhouse.
Fire Station Museum
Local museum is one of only 3 museums holding eggs of extinct Carolina Parokeet; Heath Hen; Passenger Pigeon.
The Bankhead Highway, which opened in 1919, was arguably the first transcontinental highway across the U. S. - from Washington, D.C. to San Diego
1894 Railroad Depot & Exhibits
The restored Mt. Vernon 1894 Cotton Belt Railroad Depot is a real gem which has been carefully restored pursuant to National Register standards with original colors and decor.