662-226-2060
GrenadaTourismCommission
95 S.W. Frontage Road
Grenada, MS 38901

Attractions

  • Pearl Street Belle Flower Missionary Baptist Church, founded in 1868, was a hub for community and national organizers during the civil rights movement. In the 1960s the Grenada County Freedom
    Movement was based in the church along with representatives with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.

  • Once served as an Army base and a POW Camp in World War II.

  • The Confederate Cemetery

    Corner of Cemetery and Commerce Streets Located inside Odd Fellow Cemetery, the Confederate Cemetery contains 180 graves of unknown Confederate soldiers.

  • Yellow Fever Cemetery

    Corner of Wood and Second Street Extended The Yellow Fever Cemetery, also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, contains grave sites of many of the victims of the epidemic that almost wiped Grenada out in 1878.

  • Located at Grenada Lake on Scenic Route 333 These two forts were built in anticipation of a battle being fought on the Yalobusha River when General Grant was advancing down the Mississippi Central Railroad.

  • Downtown Square
    It was placed in memory of those who lost their lives in the Civil War.

  • Depict historical Grenada

  • Often used for weddings and civic events

  • Grenada has several homes and other areas that have been registered as historical sites.Tours available upon request.

  • Grenada Historical Museum

    223 First Street
    The building exemplified the new bank’s financial aspirations and VITALITY in shaping the materials progress of Grenada. THE BUILDING NOW HOUSES THE GRENADA HISTORICAL MUSEUM AND THE COCA-COLA MEMORABILIA DISPLAY. OPENED ON WEDNESDAY FROM 2P-4P AND BY APPOINTMENT.

  • Elizabeth Jones Library

    1050 Fairfield Avenue
    Named for their first librarian Elizabeth Jones

  • Grenada's Old Post Office

    179 South Main Street
    This historic building was Grenada's first postal-owned building that is an example of the Georgian Revival style.

  • Iowa Pacific Depot

    634 First Street
    The existing depot was rebuilt on the original site after being destroyed by Union Calvary in 1863. The depot is now owned by Grenada Railway/Iowa Pacific and is a part of the “Polar Express” excursion from Batesville to Grenada held each year at Christmas.

  • The Cottage Inn

    329 Margin Street
    A historically accurate B&B, located in the heart of Grenada’s historic district.

  • First Street
    Museum contains displays of items and places from the earliest days of Grenada. The museum is also home to the largest Coca Cola display outside of Atlanta, Georgia.Tours available upon request.

  • 1. Grenada Blues

    Courthouse Square, N. Main Street
    33.78474,-89.802406

  • 2. Magic Sam

    Holmes Drive, Grenada, 33.773484,-89.72326

  • 3. Magic Slim

    816 Union Street
    33.784721,-89.812857

  • 15 Floyd G Harrell Drive
    662.229.0847
    Local skating rink with games and concessions Call for booking parties.

  • The Dogwoods Golf Course

    2424 Hugh White State Park Road
    662.226.4123
    www.thedogwoodsgolf.com
    The course is nationally ranked and is located atHugh White State Park. The course has carts for rent, a practice range, a pro shop and a clubhouse.

  • Perry Creek Golf Course

    662.226.8839 or 662.226.6411
    Perry Creek is a privately owned 19-hole course.Tennis courts, a restaurant and bar available.