Mississippi Map Of Blood Testing Facilities
Blood Testing Centers In State
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Desoto County, Mississippi
- Labcorp Center, 1120 Main St, Southaven, Desoto County, MS, 38671
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Grenada County, Mississippi
- Labcorp Center, 1300 Sunset Drive Ste D, Grenada, Grenada County, MS, 38901
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Harrison County, Mississippi
- Labcorp Center, 1110 Broad Ave Ste 300, Gulfport, Harrison County, MS, 39501
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Jones County, Mississippi
- Labcorp Center, 1010 West 1St Street, Laurel, Jones County, MS, 39440
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Lowndes County, Mississippi
- Labcorp Center, 3543 Bluecutt Rd, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS, 39705
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Rankin County, Mississippi
- Labcorp Center, 4816 Lakeland Dr, Jackson, Rankin County, MS, 39232
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Harrison County, Mississippi
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Rankin County, Mississippi
Southern culture. The birthplace of Elvis Presley. Civil War battlefields. The home of countless authors and musicians. Beaches that hug the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico. Friendly people and a laid-back atmosphere. Palatial estates that take visitors back to the antebellum eras of long ago. Mississippi is all of these things and more...way more.
Let’s take a look at why Mississippi should be on your vacation and tourist radar screen:
- Natchez Trace Parkway The Natchez Trace Parkway is a scenic drive spans more than 444 miles from Natchez, Mississippi through Alabama to Nashville, Tennessee. It roughly follows the "Old Natchez Trace" a historic travel passageway used by American Indians, "Kaintucks," European settlers, slave traders, and soldiers. The parkway is more than just a sightseeing jaunt – there is a lot to do and see along the way. Several prehistoric mounds, panoramic lookouts, archaeological sites, and historic battlefields. The parkway also offers opportunities for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and camping. Be sure to take pictures of this charming, graceful area.
- Beauvoir. The Jefferson Davis Presidential Home, Library, and Museum. Built in 1852 the impressive, massive estate has managed to retain a certain elegance and remains a reminder of the past. The estate became the home of Confederate States of America's only president, Jefferson Davis, in 1877. The museum features antiques owned by Davis, as well as items from the former veterans' home and Civil War curios. Visitors may tour the large estate, which includes the home, guest cottages, and the Memorial Cemetery.
- Ocean Springs. As mentioned earlier, Mississippi hugs the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico, and that means beach towns. Ocean Springs is located near the Gulf about two miles east of Biloxi and is a magnet for artists and craftspeople, with numerous art shops and studios. When visiting Ocean Springs make sure you check out the Walter Anderson Museum of Art, which features the work of Walter Inglis Anderson. Also, don’t forget the Mississippi Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Ocean Springs Museum of History, then take a hike on the Fontainebleau Nature Trail.
- The Gulf Islands National Seashore. Undoubtedly, there is something alluring about the sea. Poet John Masefield wrote, “I must go down to the seas again, for the call of the running tide is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied.” The Gulf Islands Seashore goes all the way from Cat Island in Mississippi to the eastern tip of Santa Rosa Island in Florida. Interestingly, most of the seashore is submerged, but the barrier islands offer natural attractions: Picturesque, photographic beaches, coastal marshes, and thick maritime forests.
- The Institute for Marine Mammal Studies. Located in Gulfport, The Institute of Marine Mammal Studies is a large research and rehabilitation center and is the perfect place to discover ocean life. The interactive museum offers the chance to get close to dolphins and watch the incredible interaction of these clever animals. Also, the museum is not just about dolphins; it is also home to a broad range of marine mammals: sea stars, stingrays, sharks, and other marine life. There are also opportunities to learn about reptiles and birds in tropical animal shows. The kids will love it!
- USS Cairo Museum at Vicksburg National Military Park. Naval warfare is often overlooked in Civil War history, but that doesn’t mean that there were no significant developments in ship technology and that no monumental engagements in the water. For example, The USS Cairo, commissioned in 1862 was sunk seven miles north of Vicksburg in the Yazoo River by an electronically detonated torpedo the same year it was commissioned. And it remained mired underwater for nearly a century until 1964 when it was salvaged. The museum is home to the restored ship, as well as thousands of recovered artifacts. The nearby Vicksburg National Military Park is the site of one of the most vicious and intense battles of the Civil War, and one of the most crucial battles as well since it resulted in the Union gaining control of the waterway. The park is also home to Vicksburg National Cemetery, which is home to 17,000 fallen Union Soldiers, as well as another 1,300 US military veterans who have lost their lives in conflicts since then.
- Old Warren Courthouse Museum. No trip to Vicksburg is complete with dropping into The Old Warren Courthouse Museum. The Museum is operated by the Vicksburg and Warren County Historical Society and is a registered National Historic Landmark. Built in 1858, the museum has hosted a broad and diverse range of guests and speakers: Jefferson Davis, Ulysses S. Grant, Booker T. Washington, Teddy Roosevelt, and William McKinley. The exhibits and artifacts will be a hands-on trip back in time with offerings like confederate flags, including one that was never surrendered, the tie worn by Jefferson Davis at his inauguration as Confederate President, fine portraits, china and silver, and exquisite antique furniture. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the building and stop in at the McCardle Research library, which houses historical volumes and original documents from the area’s past.
- Mississippi Museum of Natural Science. Located in Jackson, the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science is comfortably ensconced in LeFleur's Bluff State Park and offers detailed exhibits visitors the unique opportunity to learn about the natural world through detailed exhibits, a 300-acre natural landscape, an open-air amphitheater, and 2.5 miles of nature trails. The museum is home to more than 200 living species in a 100,000-gallon aquarium with 73,000 square feet of permanent and temporary exhibits which include deer, waterfowl, fossils, and Mississippi's endangered species.
- Old Capitol Museum. Billed as Mississippi’s most historic building, the Old Capitol Museum in Jackson was the State House of Mississippi from 1839 through 1903. The Old Capitol has been restored to its original splendor and reopened by the state as a free museum and is a National Historic Landmark. The building is open to the public and houses a free museum that focuses on the government and historic events of Mississippi and features a Hall-of-Fame gallery. Guided tours are offered for tourists to discover more about the building's construction, architecture, and restoration.
- Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum. Next stop, Tupelo, and the first thing to visit for most folks is the birthplace home of the King: Elvis Presley. On January 8, 1935, Elvis Presley was born in a two-room house in Tupelo and has been remarkably preserved so visitors can see it as it was during his childhood, complete with period furnishings. There is also a museum and gift shop jammed-packed with Elvis-themed mementos.
- Tupelo Automobile Museum. While in Tupelo, don’t even think about leaving town until you have stopped at the Tupelo Automobile Museum. The collection boasts of a massive array of more than 100 antique, classic and collectible automobiles, chronologically displayed, illustrate the progress of over 100 years of automobile design and engineering. The collection also includes a Lincoln once owned by Elvis Presley. The first vehicle that visitors encounter is the museum’s oldest automobile, an 1886 Benz, and you’ll enjoy looking at several examples of early cars including an 1889 Knox Porcupine, 1903 Cadillac, and a 1907 Ford Model R. The museum's newest vehicle is a never-driven 1994 Dodge Viper.
- B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center. Mississippi is home to the blues, and one of the most influential blues musicians is a son of Mississippi: B.B. King. Located in Indianola, the King Museum’s stated mission is to: "empower, unite and heal through music, art, and education and share with the world the rich cultural heritage of the Mississippi Delta." Located approximately an hour and a half from Jackson, is the perfect place to discover the history of blues and B.B. King's significance in the museum's theater. The museum seeks to help preserve Delta Blues and its culture by promoting its significance and also has a gift shop loaded with blues and King-related souvenirs.
- Mississippi Petrified Forest. A half-hour north of Jackson in Flora, The Mississippi Petrified Forest is a unique opportunity to see geology in action, and the awesome power of Mother Nature that turned what was once a monumental forest to stone over millions of years. One visitor said that “it’s like taking a giant step back in time, way back.” The staff of the forest bills the location as a place of beauty and fascination. It almost seems to cast a soothing spell...this place is truly a living, ever-changing wonder.” Go see it yourself!
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