Mississippi Blues Trail

With over 170 markers, the Mississippi Blues Trail, a program of the Mississippi Development Authority’s Tourism Division, is a museum without walls that takes visitors on a musical history journey through Mississippi and beyond. The trail started with the first official marker in Holly Ridge, the resting place of the blues guitarist Charley Patton, and winds its way to sites honoring B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Son House and others. Out-of-state markers are located in Chicago; Memphis; Los Angeles; Muscle Shoals, Alabama; Ferriday, Louisiana; Helena, Arkansas; Rockland, Maine; Grafton, Wisconsin; and Tallahassee, Florida. The first international marker was erected in Notodden, Norway in 2012.

Please see our website for more information including the exact locations of the many markers: http://www.msbluestrail.org/

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Latitude: 32.302679 Longitude: -90.186456 Elevation: 283 ft
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Hours Open

24 hours a day

Time Period Represented

Early 20th Century through present

Seasons Open

Year-round

Visitor Fees

N/A

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