- Adult Ages 13+
- Children Ages 12 & under
One of the earlier homes of Natchez, galleried wings were added to each side of the original two-story home forming a long graceful colonnaded front gallery on the ground floor. In 1849, Jane E. Conner purchased Linden for herself and her 9 children and the current owner is the 6th generation of the Conner family.
- A fine and rare example of a Punkah, a ceiling-mounted dining room fan manipulated by enslaved persons.
- 4 Jib windows, 2 small doors beneath a large window allowing one to use the open ‘window’ as a door without changing the symmetry of the facade
- Extensive front and back galleries across the entire length of the home, with the back gallery being shuttered.
- 7 tranquil acres of mature Live Oaks, Cedars (planted by the Conner’s in 1849), and lovely grounds only minutes from the center of Downtown Natchez.