Known as the “Cultural Mecca of the South,” Oxford, MS is booming with creativity and history. From live music to William Faulkner’s historic home, creatives often visit this charming town for inspiration. Take a virtual tour to see just a handful of unique experiences Oxford has to offer.
Take a Virtual Tour of Oxford, MS
Double Decker Arts Festival
1013 Jackson Ave. E., Oxford, MS 38655 • (662) 232-2477
People from all around the South flock to Oxford to enjoy the incredible display of art and listen to the lineup of live entertainment at the annual Double Decker Arts Festival, recently postponed to August 14 & 15, 2020. The festival also offers the best food vendors and activities for all ages.
Ole Miss campus • (662) 915-7211
There’s more to Ole Miss football than the game. Gameday in Oxford begins with tailgating in the beautiful Grove on campus, where fans enjoy delicious food and festive tent decor — all while visiting with friends.
916 Old Taylor Rd., Oxford, MS 38655 • (662) 234-3284
William Faulkner’s gorgeous home, Rowan Oak, holds fascinating historic and literary treasures, including some of William’s writings on the interior walls. This beautiful homestead is open year-round and is also available for guided tours.
1101 Jackson Avenue East, Oxford, MS 38655 • (662) 380-5141
Treat yourself to a five-star dining experience at Saint Leo located on the Oxford Square. Saint Leo features savory dishes for brunch, lunch and dinner as well as exquisite wines and cocktails.
Thacker Mountain Radio
129 Courthouse Sq., Oxford, MS 38655
Hosted within the beloved Off Square Books, Thacker Mountain Radio presents free weekly live musical entertainment as well as book and poetry readings. The show has featured local and big-name talents, including Marty Stuart, Greg Iles, T-Model Ford and Elvis Costello.
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