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Welcome Centres in Mississippi

Welcome Centres in Mississippi

Mississippi has 12 Welcome Centres located throughout the state. They provide information on current events, activities and news as well as providing brochures, guides and maps on things to do in Mississippi. 

The Welcome Centre staff are always on hand to answer your questions and can even help with reservations.

Three of the Welcome Centres are now equipped with wireless internet access – DeSoto County Welcome Centre, Hancock County Welcome Centre and Lauderdale County Welcome Centre.

Welcome Centres are open 8am–5pm. Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and half day Christmas Eve.

Hills Region Welcome Centres

Alcorn County, 2028 S.Tate St., Corinth

DeSoto County, I-55 Southbound

Itawamba County, Highway 78 Westbound

Delta Region Welcome Centres

Washington County, Highway 82 and Reed Road

Delma Furniss Hospitality Station, Intersection of Highway 61 & Highway 49

Capital / River Region

Adams County, 640 S. Canal St., Natchez

Pike County, I-55 Northbound

Warren County, 4210 Washington St., Vicksburg

Pines Region Welcome Centres 

Lauderdale County, I-20 / I-59 Westbound

Coastal Region Welcome Centres

Hancock County, I-10 East and Westbound

Jackson County, I-10 Westbound

Pearl River County, I-59 Northbound



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