Natchez, Mississippi
Natchez Pilgrimage Tours - Mississippi Historic Home Tours in Natchez

Spring and Fall Pilgrimage Tours

More than a dozen residential antebellum Natchez homes (some are also bed and breakfasts) open their doors to visitors during the annual spring and fall pilgrimages.

Hostesses, in period costume, welcome visitors. Some of the museum homes (that are open year-round) are also available to tour during both the Fall and Spring pilgrimages.

  • Natchez Spring Pilgrimage of Antebellum Homes
    mid-March thru mid-April
  • Natchez Grand Fall Pilgrimage
    late September thru late October

Year-Round Natchez Home Tours

Natchez, Mississippi has opened the doors to some of America’s most exquisite homes and gardens since the 1930s. Each home tells its own story, docents at each site will share the rich history of those who lived, worked or visited these heritage sites, while pointing out significant architectural and decorative arts and architectural details.

  • Rosalie Mansion and Gardens circa 1823
  • Magnolia Hall Mansion circa 1858
  • Stanton Hall Mansion circa 1857
  • Longwood Mansion circa 1860-1861
  • Choctaw Hall Mansion circa 1836
  • The House on Ellicott Hill circa 1798
  • Lansdowne Mansion circa 1853
  • Linden Plantation circa 1800
  • Auburn circa 1812
  • Concord Quarters circa 1819
  • Oak Hill circa 1835
  • The Towers circa 1790, 1826 and 1858

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Contact Natchez Pilgrimage Tours

  • Phone - 601.653.0919
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  • Website -
Natchez Pilgrimage Tours
211 Main Street, Suite B
Natchez, Mississippi 39120 (click to view a map)

From the Natchez Trace - exit the parkway at milepost 0 (southern terminus) onto Liberty Road. Follow the signs to Downtown Natchez.

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