The Clinton Visitor Center has the look and authentic charm of an 1800’s style farmhouse once located along the Natchez Trace Parkway. Come sit in our rocking chairs on the porch or walk the beautiful landscaped grounds. We invite you to come whether you are visiting the city, a newcomer, or a longtime resident. Stop by to shop, browse or just enjoy a cup of coffee with us.
The Clinton Visitor Center offers musical entertainment by local musicians most weekends and exciting annual educational events for the community and the surrounding areas. Click here to see the calendar of upcoming Visitor Center events!
The Clinton Visitor Center was designed by Belinda Stewart, an architect from Eupora, Mississippi, and has received many awards for the innovative design. Come sit in our rocking chairs on the porch or walk the beautiful landscaped grounds. We invite you to come whether you are visiting the city, a newcomer, or a longtime resident.
Every day at the Visitor Center is exciting, as you never know who you may meet. We provide information on Clinton shopping, dining, lodging and city events. We also extend information on the Natchez Trace Parkway by answering your questions and furnishing maps and brochures
The Museum displays artifacts and exhibits that tell the story of the town of Clinton including objects from the Natchez Trace Parkway like arrowheads, tools and other Mississippi style Americana.
Internationally acclaimed sculptor Dr. Samuel Marshall Gore, Professor Emeritus at Mississippi College, created this bronze sculpture as a tribute to all military veterans.
A gallery of historical Clinton photographs during the early years can be viewed in the meeting room. Quilt enthusiasts will enjoy seeing the “Clinton” quilt made by the Bookworm Stitchers.
The Little Free Library is a freestanding book exchange box.
5 things you need to know before you visit Clinton, Mississippi.