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13 Reasons to Visit Cleveland, MS

Cleveland, MS may be Mississippi’s best kept secret! With world class dining, history, and shopping, there is not a better place to spend a romantic weekend, a girls getaway, or a business trip!

Downtown Cleveland
Filled with high-end boutiques, restaurants, and specialty stores, Downtown Cleveland offers a little bit of everything for visitors, and it would be easy to spend the entire day wandering from business to business, finding unique gifts and clothing. A trip to Cleveland is not complete without a visit to the downtown area. We promise you will leave with something in your hand!

The GRAMMY Museum
Did you know that Mississippi has more GRAMMY winners and nominees than any other state? The GRAMMY Museum in Cleveland offers more than 25,000 feet of exhibits and celebrates Mississippi’s musical heritage and that of the country. The museum offers a wide variety of exhibits, both permanent and rotating, and live events throughout the year. If you are a fan of music, there is no better place to start your visit in Cleveland.

Cotton House
The Cotton House is one of the most remarkable hotels we have ever stayed in! Located in Downtown Cleveland on Cotton Row, the hotel has everything visitors need for comfort and fun. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and the Delta Meat Market is just steps away from your room with a soul warming meal ready for you. When in Cleveland, there is just one place that will put you in the center of everything going on in this historic Delta town.

The history of places we visit reverberates in our experiences and Cleveland is no different. Named after President Grover Cleveland, the town began growing and coming to life in 1869 as people moved inland from the reaches of the Mississippi River. Remnants of an earlier time can be found throughout the city, allowing their history to continue telling the story.

Visit the Birthplace of the Blues
Just outside of town is Dockery Farms, best known as the birthplace of the blues, Will Dockery owned 40 square miles of land that by the

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