Auburn was the home of the first Mississippi Attorney General and has a remarkable spiral staircase that stands unsupported. Auburn and the surrounding acres stayed in the Duncan family until it was donated to the…
BROWSE GRAND FALL PILGRIMAGE TOURS
The Burn is one of Natchez’s most significant purely Greek Revival homes. The outstanding architecture, furnishings, and fascinating history are just a few things that make The Burn so unique.
Furnished with William IV and Early American Empire, the architectural style of this home transitions from Federal to Greek Revival while still including an exceptional late-Federal staircase.
Concord Quarters is the only freestanding slave dwelling in the state that’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This mansion has an original inventory of the enslaved African American men, women, and children…
One of the first homes built in Natchez, Ellicott Hill marks an important moment in American History. The raising of the first American Flag in Mississippi took place on this hill in 1797.
Elms Court was the scene for many famous movies including “Raintree County”. Come experience the beautiful lace galleries among many other treasures!
The owners of Elms Court cordially invite you to a traditional Natchez Coffee Party. Enjoy coffee and locally made sweets in the elegant dining room under the punkah. Meet the owners and explore the house…
Once called “Glencannon”, come see the unaltered architecture and original pieces of this family home that has been with the Field descendants since 1880.
This richly detailed Greek Revival house has original furnishings and family memorabilia that will take you back in time. Green Leaves is shaded by gigantic legendary live oaks, and includes lush grounds and gardens. Book…
A private billiard hall styled as a Greek temple, heirloom garments, portraits, etched stained glass, and a collection of rare antique maps are just some of the things you can see on this house tour!
With beautiful architecture and original Zuber wallpaper, this home is now occupied by descendants of the original builder, on land owned by the family since the 1780’s.
Longwood Mansion is the largest octagonal house in America with the original furnishings and tools still intact. Construction was halted by the Civil War and never fully completed. Tour Longwood and learn about the fascinating…
Also known as the “Henderson-Britton House”, Magnolia Hall is a perfect example of a Greek Revival Style home and is filled with mid-nineteenth century antiques
Rosalie is located on the Mississippi River bluff and was the headquarters for the Union soldiers during the Civil War. This mansion is filled with original furnishings and one of a kind antique pieces.
A Palatial Greek Revival antebellum mansion, this house is furnished with period antiques and original Stanton Family pieces and has delicately arched millwork in halls and parlors.
The original home of Dr. John Wesley Monette, renowned for his work in preventing yellow fever, this home includes original millwork, a doctor’s office, observatory, and Monette family cemetery.
As the headquarters for the Union Army during the Civil War, The Towers boasts collections and furnishings usually not seen outside of museums, and the original towers are newly restored.
The Haunting of “The Towers” tour will give you an inside look at the many paranormal activities that take place at this mansion.