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  • NEW HOME: Fall Pilgrimage 2022!


Quick Details

Gloucester is available for tours on the dates listed below:

  • September 27
  • October 1, 5, 9, 13, 17, 21
Adults Ages 13+
Children Ages 12 & under


Hear the story of the American Revolutionary War hero, Winthrop Sargent, who served as the first Mississippi Territorial Governor and lived at Gloucester from 1807 to 1820. Gloucester is also the site of the murder of his son George Washington Sargent during the War between the States in 1864. The estate includes two and a half acres across the street containing a historic cemetery featuring graves of the families of Governor Winthrop Sargent and Congressman Seargent S. Prentiss.

  • A suburban villa surrounded by magnificent Magnolia trees only 8 minutes from downtown Natchez.
  • Home features Waterford crystal gasoliers that have been electrified as chandeliers and Scalamandre’ draperies.
  • Backyard features a beautiful courtyard, a fabulous parterre garden, fountains, and follies
  • National Register of Historic Places and under consideration for National Historic Landmark Status
  • Gloucester was on the first Natchez Pilgrimage in 1932 but has been closed to visitors for two decades…. until now!