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SPRING PILGRIMAGE: 3 HOUSE PACKAGE

Quick Details

Please read the information below for important specifics regarding the 3 House Package:

  • The 3 House package tickets are valid for Rosalie, Stanton Hall, and Longwood.
  • Visitors can tour the homes on different days if needed.
  • Each home begins their first tour at 9:00 AM and their last tour at 4:00 PM daily.
  • ROSALIE: Tours begin at the TOP of each hour. Please arrive 5 minutes before the hour of your choosing during the operating hours listed above.
  • STANTON HALL & LONGWOOD: Tours begin every 30 minutes during the operating hours listed above.
Adults Ages 18+
$60
Youth Ages 13-17
$45
Children Ages 12 & under
Free

SPRING PILGRIMAGE: 3 HOUSE PACKAGE

Enjoy a tour of Rosalie, Stanton Hall, and Longwood at a discounted rate! Learn the fascinating history behind each home, see one of a kind antiques, and beautiful original furnishings. You don’t want to miss this great deal!

  • Rosalie is a magnificent example of the Federal Style and played a significant role in American History as the Union Headquarters during the Civil War. In 1716, the French built a fort on the bluffs of Natchez and named it Rosalie in honor of the beautiful Duchess de Pontchartrain. The beautiful gardens, fascinating history, and original furnishings are just a few examples of what makes Rosalie so unique. 
  • Stanton Hall, one of the most magnificent and Palatial Greek Revival homes in America, occupies an entire city block in downtown Natchez. Original owner, Fredrick Stanton, imported immense gilt mirrors from France, ordered unusually executed gasoliers from Philadelphia, and brought in beautifully sculptured marble mantels from New York.
  • Longwood is the largest octagonal home remaining in America and is a superb example of the mid-nineteenth century “villa in the oriental style”. Construction halted when the Civil War began, causing artisans to leave behind their tools that are now displayed in Longwood. 
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