Tunica County River Park
Experience the 130-acre park including a museum, aquarium, Meander Gardens, event hall, boardwalk, boat launching and river boat cruises.
Muse News Exhibit
The Tunica RiverPark & Museum opens its new traveling exhibit gallery with the Delta Artists Exhibit — a collection inspired by life in the Mississippi Delta. The exhibit features art from 25 native and local artists, including Jamie Tate, Donna Blackard, Tom Clifton and James Hayes. Different mediums and styles will be on display, from acrylic paintings to frescoes and handblown glass.
Thousands of years ago, Native Americans built giant earthen monuments throughout the Delta. Mound Builders Interactive takes visitors “underground” through a life-sized model of an ancient Native American burial mound. explorers will find pottery, weapons, bone tools and other artifacts found in actual archaeological digs.
Wildlife Spotting and Photography Interactive Exhibit
The Wildlife Spotting and Photography Interactive exhibit features a camouflaged blind designed specifically for that purpose. Made of sticks, logs and camouflage netting, the blind is surrounded by a huge nature diorama. Inside the blind, you can look at the diorama through oversized binoculars and large-lens cameras to view lifelike illustrations of animals native to the Tunica County area.
From Plantation to Prosperity: A Black Family History in the Mississippi Delta Exhibit
Explore the history of the Mississippi Delta’s oldest independent all-black community. “From Plantation to Prosperity: A Black Family History in the Mississippi Delta” tells the little-known story of opportunity, cooperation and success in the Delta towns of Davis Bend (now known as Davis Island) and Mound Bayou, Mississippi. During the Civil War, African-American slaves enjoyed an uncommon amount of freedom while living in Davis Bend.