North Delta Museum

The North Delta Museum was described by the Memphis Commercial Appeal, “it’s like crawling through someone’s attic”. The museum located on the actual banks of the Mississippi River and at the foot of the levee in the National Register of Historic Places District of Friars Point is a repository of artifacts from the Mississippi Delta, the Mississippi River, including military. With an extensive collection of prehistoric Indian artifacts, the museum houses a replica of an early Delta general store, has a barn with horse drawn vehicles including a buggy, antique clothing, military uniforms, medical instruments, early Delta household items, antique sewing machines, antique washing machines and many visuals from the early steamboat days of the historic Friars Point port.

Second Street
Friars Point

Tuesday through Saturday. Closed on Sunday and Monday. 9:00-3:00.
For information call 662.383.2233 (Friars Point City Hall) or 662.383.2531

Admission fees:
$4.00 for adults and $2.00 for children under 7.