- Spring Pilgrimage 2023!
- Adult Ages 13+
- Children Ages 12 & under
Natchez architect and builder Levi Weeks described 1812 Auburn as “designed for the most magnificent building in the territory.” In 1800, Weeks gained notoriety from his questionable acquittal in a famous New York City murder trial. Built for Lyman Harding, Mississippi’s first attorney general, Auburn became home in 1827 to Dr. Stephen Duncan and wife Catherine.
- The house remained in the Duncan family until 1911, when his heirs donated it to the City of Natchez
- National Historic Landmark
- Freestanding spiral staircase
- Auburn and its 203 acres are city parkland