New Albany, Mississippi

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New Albany, Mississippi, USA

Attractions in New Albany, Mississippi

Amusements

  • RB Acres
    1046 County Road 14, New Albany, MS 38652
    662-534-7822, Go back in time when you visit this petting zoo. Walk along the nature trails or take a creepy hayride through a haunted forest and pumpkin patch. Call before visiting... more info

Historic Sites & Monuments

  • Ingomar Mounds, The
    County Road 96, New Albany, MS 38652
    Located off Highway 15 South
    662-538-0014, Close to the Tanglefoot Trail, the Ingomar Mounds were created by Native Americans during "the ‘Middle Woodland period," which lasted between 100 B.C. and 400 A.D.... more info

  • Ripley Court Square
    Ripley, MS
    Dating back to 1837, this square was the beginning of the small community of Ripley. It is etched in history as the place where, on November 5, 1889, Col. W. C.... more info

  • Ripley Railroad
    Cleveland Street and Railroad Avenue, New Albany, MS 38652
    In following the course of William Faulkner's family history, the railroad is an important factor. This railroad was owned and operated by the Col. W. C. Faulker,... more info  map

  • Statue of Colonel W.C. Faulkner
    Cleveland Street and Railroad Ave., Ripley, MS 38652
    Ripley Cemetary
    The twenty-two foot marble monument features the Colonel in full grandeur, but missing three fingers. Legend has it that a relative of the Colonel's killer shot off... more info  map

  • William Faulkner's Birthplace
    Cleveland Street, New Albany, MS 38652
    On September 25, 1897, William Cuthbert Faulkner, nobel prize winning author, was born in a clapboard house. He ws the first son of Murry and Maud faulkner and Murry... more info  map

Libraries & Research Centers

  • Ripley Public Library
    308 North Commerce Street, Ripley, MS 38663
    662-837-7773, Ripley is steeped in Faulkner family history, and housed in this small library are Faulkner family photographs and scrapbooks as well as first editions of the Colonel's... more info  map

Museums & Galleries

  • Union County Heritage Museum
    114 Cleveland Street, New Albany, MS 38652
    662-538-0014, Located one block from the birthplace of Nobel Prize winning writer William Faulkner, the Union County Heritage Museum features five galleries and a gift shop. ... more info  map

Parks, Gardens & Zoos

  • Wolf Howl Animal Preserve
    1177 State Road 355, New Albany, MS 38627
    On the William Faulkner Scenic Highway in Etta
    662-534-8112, The 33-acre Wolf Howl Animal Preserve is home to six adult wolves. more info

  

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