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BLUE & GREEN FULL DAY PACKAGE

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Please read the information below for important specifics regarding the Blue & Green Full Day Package:

  • The Blue & Green Full Day Package includes Myrtle Terrace, Ellicott Hill, The Burn, Choctaw Hall, and the J.N. Stone House.
  • Myrtle Terrace & Ellicott Hill: Guests may arrive anytime between 9:00 AM and 12:30 PM to tour Myrtle Terrace and Ellicott Hill.
  •  The Burn, Choctaw Hall, & J.N. Stone House: Guests may arrive anytime between 1:30 PM and 5:00 PM to tour The Burn, Choctaw Hall, & the J.N. Stone House.
  • Please check the calendar to the right to see the days this package is available! Dates are also listed below.

Dates the Blue & Green Full Day Package is available:

  • September 26, 30
  • October 4, 8, 12, 16, 20
Adults Ages 13+
$100
Children Ages 12 & under
Free

FALL PILGRIMAGE: BLUE & GREEN FULL DAY PACKAGE

Enjoy a full day of tours including Myrtle Terrace, Ellicott Hill, The Burn, Choctaw Hall, and the J.N. Stone House when you purchase this package! Learn the fascinating history behind each home, see one-of-a-kind antiques, and beautiful original furnishings. 

MYRTLE TERRACE:

Historically known as the home of Captain Thomas P. Leathers, a famous steamboat captain, Myrtle Terrace boasts exquisite mid-nineteenth century, Empire, and Victorian furnishings. Beautiful gardens with fountains are surrounded by an ornate iron fence.

ELLICOTT HILL:

Also known as “Connelly’s Tavern”, this Federal-style home and National Historic Landmark was one of the first built in the Natchez Territory. The House on Ellicott Hill was the site of the first raising of the American Flag in Mississippi in 1797.

THE BURN:

The Burn is one of Natchez’s earliest examples of the Greek Revival style. Built by John Walworth, this three-story home is known for its semi-spiral staircase in the central hall. During the Civil War, The Burn was the headquarters for the Federal Fort McPherson, and later a hospital for wounded soldiers.

CHOCTAW HALL:

Featuring a blend of Greek Revival and Federal Styles, Choctaw Hall boasts beautiful double porches with white columns in the front and rear of the home. This home is filled with lovely antiques and William IV and Early American Empire furnishings.

J.N. STONE HOUSE:

Rare antique maps adorn the walls of this unique property, outstanding for its antebellum origins as a private billiard hall built in the style of a Greek temple. The builder was David Stanton, whose brother built the world-famous Stanton Hall.