Dockery FarmsCurrently Closed
- Address: 229 MS-8, Cleveland, MS 38732, USA, United States
- Timings: 07:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6627191048
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids, Farm
Dockery Farms - Review
Dockery Farms was a farm which was established in 1895 by Dockery Farms Foundation. The prime aim of the farm is to preserve and promote the artefacts and paintings which are related to the plantation of Blue. You can learn about the histories of Blue plantation from this farm. It provides you with the information about the impact on economy of the region during the time of this plantation. Dockery Farms houses a separated place where you can enjoy the musical concert of the world famous band Delta Blue. You can capture some of your favourite moments with your camera.
How To reach Dockery Farms by Public Transport
- Rented car/taxi
Things to Know Before Visiting Dockery Farms
95% of people who visit Cleveland include Dockery Farms in their plan
35.94% of people start their Dockery Farms visit around 5 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Dockery Farms
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Dockery Farms
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Dockery Farms, Cleveland Reviews
Our son & his fiancee had their wedding here. The wedding & the atmosphere at Dockery Farms was great.
Charley Patton, Father of the Delta Blues, holds a special place in my heart. And so does Dockery. I'll detour through the Delta anytime I'm nearby just to stop here. It's like Mecca for me. Charley made his guitar SING!
I love Dockery Farms. I dont live to far some the service station i always encourage people to watch the short documentary at the station. Very interesting to learn about Will Dockery and the history of the land and the plantion. Its said to be a magical place people from all over the world come to see whats know as the birth place of the blues. Many blues players played at Dockey but one blues player Charlie Patton was born on Dockery!! This place is a must stop if you're traveling through.
Really a fun place to visit. They have music at the farm that you can listen to that came from the times. It’s like going back to 1910 you can imagine everybody around you working on the farm and packaging the cotton.
Birth place of the Blues. You are standing on history. Every Mississippian needs to visit. Be sure to visit with Mr. Bill Lester for an entertaining history lesson!
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