The newly renovated eight-story tower offers 149 deluxe guest rooms including 14 Jacuzzi suites and 4 executive suites. Every room is outfitted with custom designed furniture, European style bedding, complimentary high-speed Internet access and plasma-screen televisions. Three diamond AAA distinction.
Vicksburg Meeting Facilities
Whether you are planning a meeting for 5 or a large conference for 2,000, Vicksburg has a facility that will fit your needs and exceed your expectations. Browse through the list below to find your perfect venue.Call Ashley Gatian, our sales manager, at 601-883-9939 to plan your meeting in Vicksburg.
The historic B'nai B'rith Literary Association building known as The BB Club is located in scenic downtown Vicksburg. The BB Club provides an elegant backdrop for wedding receptions, banquets, luncheons, dinners or any party you desire. Discounts for rehearsal dinner/ceremony/wedding event combinations. The BB Club was built in 1916 as the B'nai B'rith Literary Association, a Jewish social club. The club was known from Memphis to New Orleans for its lavish affairs. The club's beautiful hand-carved limestone exterior and marble steps are just a hint of the beauty that awaits those entering the BB Club. The building has been restored to its original grandeur and a modern kitchen has been installed.
A charming bed and breakfast retreat, this exquisite example of Eastlake Victorian was built in 1870 by Lazarus Baer for his wife Leona. The home features handcrafted American chestnut and black walnut detailed woodwork. On each side of the entry are the original large formal parlors – one for family and one for guests which also served as the ballroom. The outdoor privy has received much acclaim as one of the few 2-story facilities in the region. Baer House is within walking distance of museums, restaurants, art galleries, antique shops, and historical sites of the Civil War.
Two conflicting stories, one a fifty-three page handwritten family history, the other a researched account of documented events, address the property from as early as 1840. Both conclude that the majestic structure, built by Joseph Bazsinsky as a town house, remained a home for his large Jewish family through four generations until early in the 21st century. As the family evolved, the house evolved and has become an excellent example of the architectural mysteries created by changing times, needs and desires. Rooms are available by the night, and space is available for events. Joseph Bazsinsky Town House and Olga Douglas Lewis Gardens are across from the Old Court House Museum in downtown Vicksburg.
Amenities include a 24-hour indoor heated pool and hot tub, fitness room, free high speed wireless Internet, long distance calls, whirlpool suites and nonsmoking rooms. Large lobby includes a spectacular view of the Mississippi River. 3 Diamond Rating. Corporate and government rates accepted.
Situated on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi and Yazoo River valleys, The Corners is a relaxing getaway with eight guest rooms in the main house, two in the original servants quarters and four additional guest rooms in the circa 1995 Galleries building built to echo the architectural style of the main house.
Within close proximity to an array of attractions, entertainment, restaurants and businesses such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Port of Vicksburg and Ergon Ethanol Plant to name a few. The Bistro, the on-site restaurant and lounge, features cooked to order breakfast and dinner, cocktails and Starbucks coffee.
A long, wide stairway leads to the wrought-iron laced porch surrounding the main doorway of this magnificent mansion situated in the historic district of Vicksburg. Considered to be one of the finest examples of Palladian architecture in the state, it escaped destruction during and after the Civil War's siege by serving as a hospital for Confederate and Union soldiers.
Spacious full-sized rooms, 95% nonsmoking rooms, executive level, high speed Internet, state-of-the-art meeting facilities, fitness center, business center, indoor pool and whirlpool, evening reception, and on the house hot breakfast buffet.
Conveniently located off Interstate-20 within a minute of the Vicksburg National Military Park. Within close proximity to an array of attractions, entertainment, restaurants and businesses making it an ideal choice for accommodations. Free hot breakfast, high-speed wireless Internet, outdoor pool, on-site fitness center and free guest reception Mon –Thurs.
Full-service hotel offering some of the area’s best accommodations, amenities, services and value. Conveniently located within close proximity to an array of attractions, entertainment, restaurants and businesses such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Port of Vicksburg, and Vicksburg National Military Park.
When Teddy Roosevelt came to Vicksburg, he visited the Old Court House. So did Jefferson Davis, Booker T. Washington, William McKinley, and U.S. Grant—and so should you. Vicksburg’s crown jewel both architecturally and historically, this National Landmark towers above the city on a hill hallowed by history. It was on these grounds that Jefferson Davis launched his political career; it was here on July 4, 1863 that the Stars and Stripes replaced the Stars and Bars, signifying the end to the 47-day siege. It has been a museum since 1948, filled with items reflecting the Southern Heritage, from pre-Columbian artifacts to fine portraits, furniture, china, silver, toys, tools, clothing and the largest collection of Civil War memorabilia in the South. Relics available in unique gift shop.
Outside The Box Business Center offers Historic Downtown Vicksburg a commuter-friendly, co-working space with offices and meeting rooms. It is available Monday – Saturday from 6:00 am until midnight on an on-demand, drop in basis. Outside The Box Business Center is a perfect way for commuters, mobile workers, small business owners, corporate citizens, strategists, innovation managers, entrepreneurs, consultants or business coaches to enter a productive, professional environment. We welcome clients at any level of business experience at our facility, from beginner to advance.
The Southern Cultural Heritage Center is an affiliate of the Mississippi Museum of Art. This cultural center tells the story of the Sisters of Mercy, who, for 132 years, educated children and nursed the sick at St. Francis Xavier Academy and Convent. Tours showcase: the Cobb House (circa 1830), the original school and hospital barracks during the Civil War; the Gothic Revival Convent (1868); the Italianate Auditorium (1885); and the 1937 Academy, Listed on National Register of Historic Places, Mississippi Landmark. Call for information about cultural programming, events and private rental.
Two lodges and three houses/cabins (can accommodate up to 75 guests)
Located in the Eagle Lake community about 30 minutes northwest of historic Vicksburg and 72 miles west of Jackson. Offers an ideal rustic setting for relaxing business, social, church related, hunting and outdoor seminar related activities. Halpino Lodge accommodates smaller groups in a cozy, serene wooded setting. With 8 miles of Mississippi River frontage and 9,000 acres of oxbow lakes and bottomland hardwood forests makes this one of the nation’s ultimate destinations for deer and turkey hunting. The 5700-square-foot state-of-the-art conference center is the perfect location for your corporate retreats, business meetings, team building seminars, family reunions or conservation workshops.
The second-oldest home in the Historic Downtown District and residence of Alexander G. McNutt immediately preceding his taking office as Mississippi's 12th Governor in 1838. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in addition to designations as a Mississippi and Warren Country historic landmark.
Walnut Hills is a Vicksburg icon set in the atmosphere of an 1880’s home. Walnut Hills and the Nogales House can handle large groups for meetings or private dining in parties up to 40. All major credit cards and checks are accepted.
Originally the hotel lobby, The Tea Room was converted to a restaurant space in 1979. The room measures 28 feet by 58 feet with a soaring two-story 22-foot ceiling and arched windows. The space accommodates 60 seated and 125 for a cocktail reception. Tables and chairs are available. A separate bar area features the original hotel marble top check-in desk and two original phone booths. The restaurant with attached kitchen is available for lease and event rentals.
The Vicksburg Auditorium offers more than 35,520 square feet of meeting and event space. From 1957 to 1997, the Vicksburg City Auditorium played host to the Miss Mississippi Scholarship Pageant. It is currently home to several regional pageants as well as a variety of blues shows and civic and community events.
No matter the occasion, there’s no better place to host your Vicksburg, Mississippi special event than at the spacious Vicksburg Convention Center. Serving the community for more than 20 years, the Vicksburg Convention Center first opened to the public in 1997, and since then, it’s hosted more than 1.5 million guests who have traveled to the city for a diverse range of events.
Event Space for Every Occasion
At 50,000 square feet, the Vicksburg Convention Center offers ample space for events of all sorts, whether you’re planning a large-scale exhibition or a smaller business meeting. The complex features two levels, and each floor’s layout boasts several rooms of varying sizes, including both meeting rooms and generously sized exhibit halls. Plus, customizing the Vicksburg Convention Center’s setup is simple thanks to operable soundproof wall partitions that can be moved based on the demands of your event. Food and refreshments are available for all types of gatherings through the convention center’s exclusive caterer, Palmertree Catering.
The entire convention center is in full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in order to create an environment that’s as accessible as possible. The center also features listener-assist devices. For more information on accessibility or to discuss individual accommodations, the Vicksburg Convention Center can be contacted directly at 866-822-6338.
A Location That Can’t Be Beat
Comfortably nestled in Vicksburg’s picturesque, historic downtown district, the Vicksburg Convention Center’s convenient location makes it simple for visitors to enjoy all that the city has to offer, including restaurants, shops and more. Plus, a wide variety of lodging opportunities, from rustic B&Bs to casinos and renowned chain hotels, are only a quick drive away.
The Vicksburg Convention Center, located at 1600 Mulberry St, is also conveniently situated just a few miles from I-20, which connects key communities all throughout the American South.
Visit the Vicksburg Convention Center Today
Not an organizer? If you’re simply looking for a bit of excitement, be sure to browse the Vicksburg Convention Center’s upcoming events, where you may discover everything from prestigious beauty pageants to thrilling music festivals.
Start planning your trip to Vicksburg, Mississippi by booking a room at one of the city’s hotels, B&Bs or casinos today, or contact the Vicksburg CVB for help organizing your event.
Situated at the main entrance into historic Vicksburg overlooking a majestic bend of the Mississippi River, this is the perfect place to stay for vacation trips, business travel or casino action. Featuring comfortable rooms and river view suites, outdoor swimming and hot tub. Group rates are available.