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Crossroads Museum, Corinth

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The Crossroads Museum at The Historic Depot in Corinth, Mississippi is home to many artifacts detailing the history of Northern Mississippi. Permanent exhibit items include fossils, American Indian artifacts, depot and railroad industry history displays, aviation memorabilia, and Civil War relics.
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  • August 12, 2017
    This museum was small but had a bit of everything. There were trains, civil war, and fossils. The view of the tracks was up close and personal. There is one car in the yard to be explored as well. It ...  more »
  • July 10, 2017
    The Crossroads Museum tells the history of the place - the intersection of the two important railroads - was the cause of the war. A very nice museum which also included Coke products and major league...  more »
  • June 7, 2017
    This is a smaller museum, but nicely done. There is a fee to enter, but only $3 for each of us parents (over 50), $5 for our 19 year old, and under 16 are FREE - so $11 for our family of 4 is a super ...  more »
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  • April 2, 2017
    $5 per person entrance fee(elderly discount available) My wife and I made a day trip to Corinth for an adventure and found this place. Very interesting history and facts here. It's more of a Corinthian history museum than a railroad museum but they do have quite alot of artifacts ranging from the civil war, to native American history to the history of the coca cola company. It is not a large museum by any means but they pack about 50-60 minutes or so worth of history into the space they do have. The space itself is quite interesting as it is an old railroad Depot and the architecture for ticketing and signage can still readily be seen. I would say I wish that the entry fee were a bit less but it was actually worth what you pay I think. A great place to spend some time or have an outing.
  • May 1, 2017
    Amazing history in a small town. Great staff!
  • April 16, 2017
    My kids loved the traditional train exhibit.
  • April 18, 2016
    First time we went to the Green Market , my wife and I new we were going to enjoy doing the monthly market events. The staff was very helpful getting us to our booth area. We were very happy to see a lot of our friends come by and the wonderful people from the Tennessee, and other states that come by. I can't say enough about the Red-Green Market, it's as good as any market we have ever been to. All I can say is Brandy and Zack, keep up the good work. Danny and Bobbie Sitton WooDnB
  • September 7, 2015
    A must stop when visiting Corinth! Wonderful museum with tons of history and a great Coke collection. Train folks will love the museum as well -- tons of train history and the Crossroads which still enjoys heavy traffic every day by trains! Nice little gift shop as well with actual glass bottle Cokes. Highly recommend this be a stop next time you are in Corinth.

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