The grave of noted author William Faulkner is an often popular cultural site in Oxford. Fans will often leave a bottle of whiskey on the grave as tribute to the author.
Rowan Oak, also known as William Faulkner House, is William Faulkner’s former home in Oxford, Mississippi. It is a primitive Greek Revival house built in the 1840s by Robert Sheegog.
Located on the main campus of the University of Mississippi, the museum is home to several collections and exhibitions. The museum is also owned and operated by the university.
“I would say the best sunset comes from the top of the Ole Miss library. It’s one of the highest spots in town and if you can get up there, it’s all the more special. Don’t tell them I sent you though!” – Sam Kendricks