Midway School Museum
473 Hwy 364
The historic Midway School which was built in 1926 is a major asset to the Midway Community, as well as to the county. It is a visual link from the now famous town of Holcut which was the only town completely acquired for construction of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. The historic Midway School is operated by the Tishomingo County Historical & Genealogical Society and is home to the Midway Volunteer Homemakers.
The newly renovated school is available for rental for $100.00 per day. The facility offers indoor restrooms, a full functional kitchen, and a banquet area. The auditorium features a seating capacity of up to 200 people and a stage for performing and/or displaying. Payment must be received in advance.
Effective January 1, 2017: All routine renters must contact one of the new hostesses to schedule your annual rental on the new booking calendar. To check the availability for your next event call Freida at 662-423-5938, Linda at 662-660-2591, or Cindy at 662-279-1798.
Would you like to contribute to the continued renovation of the building and grounds or to honor a student or teacher? Mail donations to Midway School Treasurer, P. O. Box 54, Iuka, MS 38852.