288***50During the Civil War, an important battle broke out in Vicksburg, which ended in the surrender of the Southern Army. The Northern Army thus occupied the Mississippi Valley, dividing the south into two halves. This park was on the battlefield of the year, with some weapons exhibitions and a cemetery.
288***50This is the earliest ironclad ship in the United States, relying on it to capture Fort Pillow during the Civil War. But it was later sunk by a remote-controlled landmine from the southern army. It was salvaged in the 20th century and put on display in a military park.
288***50This is the earliest Coca-Cola bottling plant. There is an exhibition room here to show the evolution of Coke. There is also the original filling machine, which can fill a bottle of Coke for you on the spot. That's it, it doesn't mean much.
288***50This museum gives a very comprehensive introduction to the Mississippi River, but what is interesting is that there is a model of the river outside, which is actually a miniature Mississippi River dug in the ground. There is also a decommissioned tugboat to visit.