The Catfish Row Museum provides a cultural heritage experience that showcases the unique and diverse aspects of Vicksburg — from its music, history and storytelling to its vibrant food heritage, worship and the visual arts.
Read more about the broad cultural exploration of the events, places, stories and vices that helped shape historic Vicksburg’s culture.
The latest stories
On October 14 at 2 p.m., the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians will convene at Catfish Row Museum to close out its 2023 Summer Cooking Series with a vibrant demonstration of Choctaw cooking and culture.Keep reading
On Saturday at the Catfish Row Museum, Jackson’s celebrity chef, Nick Wallace, will share the lessons he learned in his grandmother’s kitchen.Keep reading
catfish row Announcements:
The Catfish Row Museum in Vicksburg is one of six Mississippi sites selected to host “Voices and Votes: Democracy in America.Keep reading
Catfish Row Museum receives grant to expand partnership with Mississippi Main Street and the Mississippi Humanities Council
We have great news! The Catfish Row Museum is grateful to receive a grant from the United States Institute of Museum and Library Services.Keep reading
The Catfish Row Museum in Vicksburg has received a grant from the Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area that will help us engage with the community and build our relationship with the Delta and the culture of Mississippi.Keep reading