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Top 5 Places To Take Your Parents For Parents’ Weekend

This week is Parents’ Weekend, and parents come from all over to visit the campus and the town of Oxford. Here are some of the most memorable places to take your parents while they are here.

The Grove

Courtesy of Crooked Letter Photography.

Groving is the most traditional past time of Ole Miss fans. Ole Miss is the #1 tailgate in America, so show your parents what you get to do on Saturdays.

Taylor Grocery

Courtesy of Visit Oxford.
Courtesy of Visit Oxford.

This is a fun and unique place to take your parents. Your parents will be dreaming of the catfish they had here for months after they have visited. You might have to wait a couple hours for a table, but that will give you some quality time to spend time together. And hey, time flys when your brown bagging.

Rowan Oak


For parents who are into the arts, they will really appreciate a first-hand look into the home of one of the greatest American authors who has ever lived.

The Coop Balcony

Courtesy of Graduate Oxford.
Courtesy of Graduate Oxford.

This place has the best view in town to look over the whole Square. This balcony is the perfect place to be during the sunset.

Square Books

Courtesy of Square Books.
Courtesy of Square Books.

Square Books is a bookstore that people all over the South flock to every time they come to Oxford. This bookstore is one-in-a-million, and many famous authors have stepped foot inside this gem.

Alex Kitchens is the social media editor for HottyToddy.com. She can be reached at alex.kitchens@hottytoddy.com.

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