Tunica RiverPark Updated:10/2020

This 24,000 square foot museum is centered on the life of the Mississippi river and its history. The artifacts and interpretative exhibits date back to the days of early Indian civilization, highlighting life on the river and historical events, such as the flood of 1927, giving visitors a true understanding of how the Delta and its residents adapted to the power of the river. Gain an understanding of the role the river played in the delta's agriculture, especially in the days when cotton was king. Visitors can view live turtles and fish in one of the four aquariums, enjoy the observation tower and experience life below the water's surface inside the simulated diving bell. Adults and children will be fascinated with the collections found in this state-of-the-art facility.

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Contact Tunica RiverPark

One River Park Drive
P.O. Box 99
Robinsonville, MS  38664
Toll Free: 662-517-4837
Fax: 662-357-0170

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