221 Fillmore Street, Corinth, MS 38834 - United States
Crossroads Museum is located in Historic Corinth, MS, just a few feet from the famous railroad crossing that played an important role during the Civil War. We are located in the historic depot where we can watch the trains go by from the safety of inside or go outside for a closer view of the tracks.Our museum is a train enthusiasts dream come true, as well as, tell the history of the railroads importance during the Civil War. In addition to our train history, we are home to an HO scale model train exhibit of our town that takes up an entire room. We are also home to thousands of artifacts detailing our city's rich history in both cultural and industrial pursuits. WE have an exhibit paying homage to Corinth's own Roscoe Turner, aviation pioneer, and a southern delicacy known as the tamale are just a couple of highlights in our gallery. We have a resourceful library, as well as, a lovely gift shop where visitors can find a the perfect souvenir to remember charming Corinth. Outside the depot, visitors can climb on our vintage GM&O train caboose and explore a Civil War canon, and see our antique Corinth fire engine on display.
We will be open Saturday, September 18, 2021, from 10:00am-3:00pm. All of our regular exhibits will be open to enjoy: our model train exhibit, civil war exhibit, antique American La France 1924 Corinth fire truck exhibit, vintage GM&O caboose exhibit, and local food and characters exhibit. Admission is $5, with children under 16 being free.
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