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  • Spring Pilgrimage 2022!

SPRING PILGRIMAGE: THE HOUSE ON ELLICOTT HILL CIRCA 1708

Quick Details

  • The House on Ellicott Hill is available for tours March 14, 18, 22, 26, 30 & April 3, 7, 11
  • Morning Tour: Visitors may come anytime between 9:00 AM and 12:30 PM.
Adult Ages 13+
$20
Children Ages 12 and under
Free

SPRING PILGRIMAGE: THE HOUSE ON ELLICOTT HILL CIRCA 1708

Ellicott Hill, an architectural gem of Natchez, is the last remaining 18th-century Merchants house on Canal Street. One of the first buildings in the Mississippi Territory to exhibit the characteristics of the Federal style, this home boasts beautiful furnishings, antiques, and a fascinating history.

  • Beautifully constructed upper and lower front galleries
  • Sent by George Washington, Andrew Ellicott raised the American Flag for the first time on this property
  • The first architectural restoration preservation by a private organization in Mississippi
  • Owned and beautifully maintained by the Natchez Garden Club
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