RED & PINK FULL DAY PACKAGE
Please read the information below for important specifics regarding the Red & Pink Full Day Package:
- The Red & Pink Full Day Package includes Auburn, Elms Court, Pleasant Hill, Magnolia Hall, & Glenfield.
- Auburn & Elms Court: Guests may arrive anytime between 9:00 AM and 12:30 PM to tour Auburn and Elms Court.
- Pleasant Hill, Magnolia Hall, & Glenfield: Guests may arrive anytime between 1:30 PM and 5:00 PM to tour Pleasant Hill, Magnolia Hall, and Glenfield.
- Please check the calendar to the right to see the days this package is available! Dates are also listed below.
Dates the Red & Pink Full Day Package is available:
- September 24, 28
- October 2, 6, 10, 14, 18
- Adults Ages 13+
- Children Ages 12 & under
FALL PILGRIMAGE: RED & PINK FULL DAY PACKAGE
Enjoy a full day of tours including Auburn, Elms Court, Pleasant Hill, Magnolia Hall, and Glenfield when you purchase this package! Learn the fascinating history behind each home, see one-of-a-kind antiques, and beautiful original furnishings.
The interior hand-carved woodwork is one of the finest in the South. As the home of the first Mississippi Attorney General, Auburn established the style of the columned portico in the South and boasts a freestanding spiral staircase to the second floor.
The elaborate cast-iron decorative grillwork, dating from the 1850s, stretches across the entire width of the front of the home and is the most noticeable and outstanding feature of the exterior. The home boasts elaborate plaster moldings and recessed centerpieces in the ceilings of the 1837 section of the home.
A lovely example of classic Greek Revival architecture. Pleasant Hill’s expansive main floor back Gallery and ground floor Loggia overlook the beautiful rear garden. This large frame townhome was moved one block southwest of its original site in the mid-1850s over a two-year period using log rollers and oxen.
Built in 1858 by Thomas Henderson, a prominent commission merchant, Magnolia Hall is one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in Natchez. It was the last great mansion built before the outbreak of the War Between States and features a magnificent museum displaying one-of-a-kind costumes on the second floor of the mansion.
Once called “Glencannon”, come see the unaltered architecture and original pieces of this family home that has been with the Field descendants since 1880.