The Quincy Museum is housed in the historic Newcomb-Stillwell Mansion, a 14,000-square foot home which was built in the Richardson Romanesque Revival Style. The first floor has been restored so visitors can see what it would be like to live in a high style Victorian mansion in the 1890’s. Second floor exhibits include a clock collection, butterfly collection, and a display on historic Quincy businesses, like the J.H. Miller factory and MoorMan Manufacturing Company. Third floor exhibits include displays on dinosaurs, Mississippi wildlife, and Native Americans.