Natchez Museum of African-American History & Culture

Description

This museum, in the former post office, chronicles the story of African-American life in Natchez. Exhibits cover the periods from enslavement through WW II, highlighting the community’s struggles and accomplishments through art, photographs, and artifacts. Works by the author Richard Nathaniel Wright, who was born in Natchez, are also displayed.

Address

301 Main St.
Natchez, Mississippi 39120

Lat/Long

31.56082300, -91.40424500

Open Hours

Weekdays 10–4:30.
Visit Website
(601) 445-0728

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