The Bradberry-Moore House is a Craftsman Bungalow built in 1910.
The Old North Mississippi Hospital, a Modern Art Moderne building, was constructed in 1948 on the spot of the old Watson House.
The Marshall County Historical Museum is located in the old Mississippi Synodical College building, built in 1903.
The Mississippi Synodical College was a school for young women which went through several different incarnations, lasting for over seventy years.
Hull Place, built in about 1855 by wealthy landowner John Hull, was known as the “Annex” for many decades before the house was demolished in 1945.
Watson House, built in the Greek Revival “temple style” in 1853, was used for a girls school for many decades before it was destroyed in 1945.
Hamilton Place, one of the first mansions built in Holly Springs, has a fascinating architectural history.
The Gholson House, built in 1909, is an excellent example of a pyramidal-roof vernacular folk house.
The B. G. Jones House, in Potts Camp, was built in about 1910 in the Foursquare style of architecture.