5 ways you’ll fall in love with springtime in Oxford, MS, Apr. 22-May 26

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I’ll drink to that. Photo via Visit Oxford MS

Now that Spring has sprung, our neighbors in Oxford, Mississippi are ready to welcome visitors with open arms and a host of events. Pop-Up Oxford Spring Edition, is taking place from April 22 to May 16. Check out Visit Oxford MS’s website to start planning your trip now.

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Make your reservations now + head to Oxford, MS for MLK weekend

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Eating out in Oxford, MLK weekend
Eating out in Oxford, MS. Photo via Erin Austen Abbott

Nobody needs to be convinced that a change of scenery can be a good thing these days. Did you know that Oxford, MS is less than a three-hour drive from Birmingham? Make your reservation now and head over for the long MLK Day weekend (or any time) to enjoy Civil Rights-era history, the great outdoors and local restaurants.

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Head to Oxford for Winter Wonderland + Holly Jolly Holidays Dec. 6-13

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Oxford Square lit up during the holidays
Oxford Square. Photo via Bham Now

Less than three hours away from Birmingham lies a picturesque Southern snowglobe just waiting to be explored. Enjoy the season and a change of pace in Oxford, Mississippi. Hop in the car and head over between December 6-13 for winter fun, food and festivities. Check out Visit Oxford MS to start planning your trip today.

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7 reasons to head to Oxford, MS for your fall getaway, including Square Books

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Square Books in Oxford is a must see for anyone interested in literary tourism in Faulkner's hometown
Square Books has been on the historic town square in Oxford, Mississippi since 1979. Photo via Visit Oxford

Raise your hand if you’re as ready for a fall getaway as I am ✋🏽. We found seven reasons to hop in the car to visit Oxford, Mississippi, including the chance to see Ole Miss, stroll Faulkner’s old stomping grounds and visit Square Books. Less than three hours away from Birmingham, Oxford has an abundance of fun things to do to keep you and yours busy for a weekend or more.

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