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From the Tennessee border to the western Pine Belt region, the Natchez Trace cuts through multiple cities you’ll want to visit on your way to Harmony Farm. Below is just a sampling of all the stops you’ll want to see along the Trace:

Tupelo

One of Mississippi’s most famous small cities, Tupelo is the birthplace of Elvis and five-time All American City award winner. Tupelo has a thriving downtown scene and plays host to many modern and historical attractions including the Tupelo Buffalo Park, Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site, Elvis Presley’s childhood home, one of the largest automobile museums in the country, and the Elvis Presley Festival, which attracts visitors from all over the world. Be sure to stop by the Neon Pig to order up a Smash burger—it was voted best burger in the nation by Thrillist.com!

Jackson

Mississippi’s capital city and home to no end of places to explore, restaurants to visits and sites to see, it would be hard to cram everything Jackson has to offer in just one day, but if you must we’d recommend a trip to the Mississippi Museum of Art and a quintessential southern lunch at Jackson staple restaurant Hal & Mal’s. If you’ve got time, be sure to check out other attractions such as the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame, Jackson Zoo, Mississippi Children’s Museum, Museum of Natural Science and Eudora Welty House.

Natchez

The antebellum gem of the Mississippi River, Natchez’s quaint beauty is enough to warrant a visit to one of Mississippi’s most unique cities. Be sure to check out the stately plantation-style homes, particularly Longwood, Rosalie Mansion and Stanton Hall.  If you’re coming during meal time you can’t beat the historical Carriage House Restaurant. Follow that up with a trip to Steampunk Coffee Roasters, but be sure to get your latte to go so you can end your trip with a stroll along the Mighty Mississippi.

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