Natchez's Antebellum Elegance

  • Start: Louisiana, United States of America
  • End: Woodville, MS
  • Last Modified: 2011-09-13 20:39:29
  • Total Mileage: 58 Miles
  • Number of stops: 18

Description

For an extensive tour of graceful antebellum homes, Natchez, Mississippi, once the epicenter of cotton production in the region, is the place to begin this Mississippi vacation. Many of the region's private homes and gardens are open for visits. This antebellum road trip begins on a horse-drawn carriage that whisks you past Natchez's landmark churches and homes, including the Gothic-revival style St. Mary's Basilica, and Trinity Episcopal Church, home to Tiffany-designed windows. Antebellum homes to visit on this Natchez trip include Stanton Hall, Greek-revival Dunleith, and Longwood. Be sure to make your way over to the Mississippi River waterfront and Natchez-Under-the-Hill, with its restaurants, shops, and gambling at the Isle of Capri Casino. Finally, head south on US 61 to the quaint town of Woodville, Mississippi, where Rosemont Plantation, boyhood home of Jefferson Davis, features antique furnishings and objects circa mid-1800s.

Stop #1:

Frogmore Cotton Plantation & Gins
Louisiana, United States of America

Stop #3:

Stanton Hall
Natchez, MS

Stop #4:

Darby's Famous Fudge
Natchez, Mississippi

Stop #5:

St. Mary's Basilica
Natchez, MS

Stop #6:

Trinity Episcopal Church
Natchez, MS

Stop #7:

Old South Winery
Natchez, Mississippi

Stop #8:

Monmouth Plantation
Natchez, MS

Stop #9:

Dunleith Antebellum Home - Natchez
Natchez, MS

Stop #10:

Fat Mama's Tamales
Natchez, Mississippi

Stop #11:

Under-the-Hill Saloon
Natchez, Mississippi

Stop #12:

Longwood
Natchez, MS

Stop #13:

Grand Village of the Natchez Indians
Natchez, Mississippi

Stop #14:

Main Street Market
Woodville, MS

Stop #15:

Showroom Antiques
Woodville, MS

Stop #16:

Town Square Accents
Woodville, MS

Stop #17:

Wilkinson County Museum
Woodville, MS

Stop #18:

Rosemont Plantation
Woodville, MS
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