Make your way to Tishomingo! This city is a beautiful, historic gem rich in First American history, natural beauty and southern hospitality. The town strives to preserve and cherish its native roots and is named in honor of the heroic Chickasaw Chief Tishomingo.
What to Do
Visit the Chickasaw National Capitol, which explores the history of the Chickasaw People in its museum. Next door, the Chickasaw Council House Museum offers a glimpse into a time before statehood. The Museum holds one of the largest collections of Chickasaw art, artifacts and archive materials.
Where to Eat
Tishomingo's downtown area continues to grow as Country Music State Blake Shelton calls this quaint town his home. Shelton opened his flagship restaurant Ole Red in Tishomingo. Just a few doors down, visitors can check out a concert at The Doghouse at Ole Red. There are plenty of boutiques, restaurants and accommodations along the Main Street area.
Where to Stay
Be transported to the early 1900s at the Inn at Mulberry. This boutique stay offers 8 room options with many amenities including concierge services, complimentary Wi-Fi, Tesla vehicle chargers and more.
The Pennington Inn is another excellent place to stay with three rooms to choose from. All rooms offer king beds, WiFi, television, coffee maker, mini-fridge, iron and ironing board and a walk-in shower.