- 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Greenville is a wellspring of music, literature, adventure, imagination, and history. Fertile alluvial soil, moderate annual climate, the blues, and some of the friendliest folk in the South are just some of the attributes of Greenville, Mississippi, the queen of the delta. This city has inspired greatness from Native Americans to cotton barons, Pulitzer-Prize winners, Civil Rights leaders, musicians, poets, and inventors. You can read more about the native authors and their history at the Greenville Writer’s Exhibit at the William Alexander Percy Library.
INCLUDED SHORE EXCURSIONS: Greenville Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
Greenville History Museum
The museum is home to many artifacts, photos, memorabilia, and souvenirs dating from the mid-19th century through the 1980s. See personal objects of local past citizens, businesses, or well-known celebrities! Greenville History Museum has plenty of information about the Flood of 1927, including many pictures and stories.
Hebrew Union Temple
The present temple was constructed in 1906 with the sanctuary seating approximately 350. Today the congregation consists of about 55 families and continues to be the Jewish center of the Mississippi Delta. With original stained-glass windows and full-sized pipe organ, both from 1906, the temple is a favorite among guests.