Natchez Trace Parkway Association presents Living History


On May 6th, in conjunction with our annual Spring Showcase, the Natchez Trace Parkway Association will be presenting "Living History," a live, interactive look back at the history and people that shaped this region.  Come join us for this educational and family friendly event that lets you take a step back in time to when the Natchez Trace was one of the most vital links for communication and trade in the South.  Living History takes you on an adventure led by an American settler around the grounds of the Mississippi Craft Center and down through the sunken Natchez Trace, meeting many important people from our state's past such as Turner Brashear, owner of Brashear's Stand, and General Andrew Jackson along the way.

There is no admission charge to Living History as it is part of our free annual Spring Showcase, and it is open to all-ages.  Don't miss out on this chance to experience history like you've never seen it before!