Confederate flags, including one that was never surrendered, the tie worn by Jefferson Davis at his inauguration as Confederate President, fine portraits, china and silver, exquisite antique furniture, the trophy antlers won by the steamboat Robert E Lee in an 1870 race, antebellum clothing, toys, Indian and pioneer implements, and an original Teddy Bear given to a local child by Theodore Roosevelt are just a few of the thousands of artifacts which are housed in the Old Court House Museum- Eva W. Davis Memorial.
The Old Court House, built in 1858, stands today as Vicksburg’s most historic structure and has hosted such guests and speakers as Jefferson Davis, Ulysses S. Grant, Booker T. Washington, Teddy Roosevelt, and William McKinley. Won’t you visit us too?
Hours & Admissions
- Open Monday through Saturday 8:30-4:30
- Sunday 1:30-4:30
- Open until 5:00 during Daylight Savings Time
Seniors 65 and above $4.50
Students grades 1-12 $3.00
Group rates available for groups of ten or more.
Advanced reservations are preferred for parties of 10 or more and can be made by calling 601-636-0741 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Old Court House Museum is operated and maintained by the Vicksburg and Warren County Historical Society, a private, non-profit organization.