Raymond, Mississippi

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Raymond, Mississippi, USA

Attractions in Raymond, Mississippi

Historic Homes & Buildings

  • Belcher House
    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this home features Federal and Greek Revival styles of architecture. more info

  • Dupree-Ratliff House
    First built by J. A. Fairchild as a wedding present for his daughter Lizzie, this home later served as a school and is now a private residence. This home is listed on... more info

  • Futch House
    Moved from its original location to escape demolition, this Greek Revival home is now a private residence. more info

  • Hinds County Courthouse
    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and revered as one of the most perfect examples of Greek Revival architecture in the United States, this beautiful... more info

  • Holliday-Beaufait House
    Main Street, Raymond, MS 39154
    Built by and occupied during the Battle of Raymond by Judge Shelton, this home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. more info

  • Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
    Recognized as one of the most beautiful Catholic Churches in the state, this building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. more info

  • Phoenix Hall
    So named because the original structure burned then a duplicate home was rebuilt on the site, this lovely home was owned by George Harper, owner and editor of the Hinds... more info

  • Probate Building
    Historic Town Square
    As one of the oldest on Town Square, this building has served as an annex to the old courthouse, a newspaper publishing house, and now as a private residence. It is... more info

  • Raymond Depot
    For more than half a century this depot served the Little J Railroad that extended from Natchez to Jackson. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this... more info

  • Raymond Methodist Church
    Dry Grove Road, Raymond, MS 39154
    This charming building housed the Methodist Church - one of the first religions to be established in Raymond - until 1939. more info

  • Raymond Presbyterian Church
    Remodeled in 1913, this building is noted for its beautiful stained glass windows. more info

  • St. Mark's Episcopal Church
    Following the Civil War Battle of Raymond, this building was used as a hospital to treat wounded Union soldiers, whose blood still stains the wooden floors. more info

  • Waverly
    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this home was used by General U.S. Grant as Union headquarters following the Battle of Raymond. more info

Historic Sites & Monuments

  • Confederate Cemetery
    This area is the resting place of 140 Confederate soldiers who were mortally wounded in the battle of Raymond, fought May 12, 1863. more info

  • Cooper's Well Historic Park
    6900 Midway Road, Raymond, MS 39154
    601-857-8715, Formerly the site of a historical health resort that was known from 1880 to 1920 as the "Saratoga of the South," this property is presently being fashioned into a... more info  map

Libraries & Research Centers

  • Raymond Library
    Courthouse Annex
    601-857-8721, The Raymond Library is one of fifteen branches of the Jackson/Hinds Library System. Books, videocassettes, audiocassettes, and kits make up the collection of 24,885... more info

Museums & Galleries

  • Marie Hall Gallery
    3925 Sunset Drive, Raymond, MS 39154
    Hinds Community College Campus
    601-857-3275, Enjoy art, displays, exhibits and more. more info

Parks, Gardens & Zoos

  • Raymond Military Park
    Highway 18 and Port Gibson Street, Raymond, MS 39154
    601-857-8041, Enjoy fun, statues, history, sites and more at Raymond Military Park. more info


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