Historic Home Tours

Hotel tours listed below. Book a tour of one of the historic homes today!


Monmouth Historic Inn & Gardens

Monmouth Historic Inn & Gardens is a National Historic Landmark built in the early 19th century. The mansion is beautifully appointed with furnishings reminiscent of the period and antebellum-era antiques. Monmouth truly typifies the romance of the American South and the antebellum experience.

TOURS
Daily 10am & 2pm

Adult:  $20
Child (12 & under):  $10

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Auburn Historic Home

Auburn has the distinction of being the first noteworthy building in Natchez built from architectural plans. During the early years, many homes in Natchez copied its. One of the highlights of the tour is the free-standing spiral staircase. The story of this National Historic Landmark is as dramatic as the home itself.

TOURS
Tuesday-Friday: noon & 3:30pm
Saturday: Continuous tours 10am-2:30pm

Adult:  $20
Child (12 -17):  $10
Child (under 12):  Free

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Choctaw Hall

Built in the early 19th century, Choctaw Hall is a blend of Greek Revival and Federal styles. This 4-story historic home features a swirling oval staircase and double porches with majestic white columns in both the front and back of the home. This magnificent home with its beautiful gardens has many stories to tell.

TOURS
11am & 3pm (Thur-Sun)

All Ages • 2 Hours

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House on Ellicott's Hill

The House on Ellicott Hill is one of the first homes built in Natchez and is remarkably preserved. General Andrew Ellicott raised the American Flag on this property for the first time on February 27, 1797. The home as been extremely well maintained and is a National Historic Landmark sitting high atop Ellicott Hill.

TOURS
Friday-Sunday: 10am & 2pm

$20 Adults Ages 13+
$10 Children Ages 12 and Under

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Linden Antebellum Home

This 1785 mansion was originally known as Oaklands and was owned by Alexander Moore. It was renamed Reedland by the new owner, Senator Thomas Buck Reed, in 1818. After adding the East wing, Reed sold the residence in 1829 to Dr. John Ker. Ker changed the name to Linden. He added the living room and the front gallery, bringing Linden to its present form. In 1849, Jane E. Conner purchased the home and planted the 7 Cedars of Lebanon in front. The ownership of Linden remains in the Conner family for the past 6 generations.

TOURS
11 am only (Fri & Sat)

$20 Adults Ages 13+
Free Children Ages 12 and Under

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Magnolia Hall

Construction began on Magnolia Hall around 1858, which was to be the home of Thomas Henderson. Henderson’s family home, Pleasant Hill, was originally located on that location, but was moved a block away to clear the lot for Magnolia Hall, a more modern home. The name was derived by the plaster magnolia blossoms in the design of the ceiling center pieces.

TOURS
Daily 10am & 2pm (Mon-Sun)

Adults:  $20
Youth (7-17):  $12
Child (6 & under):  Free

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Oak Hill Inn

Oak Hill Inn is located in the historic garden district of Natchez. It was built in 1835 and was meant to be both a residence and a showplace for guests. The property’s garden boasts beautiful moss draped oak trees and artistic fountains. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

TOURS
Daily:  1pm & 2pm

$20 Adults Ages 13+
$12 Children Ages 12 and Under

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Rosalie Mansion

The mansion was built on land purchased from Fort Rosalie which was built by the French overlooking the bluffs. To honor the fort and it’s settlers, Peter Little kept the name Rosalie when he built his home. The story of Rosalie takes many twists and turns, becoming one of the more interesting tours in Natchez.

TOURS
Daily:  9am-4pm

$20 Adults Ages 18+
$15 Youth Ages 13 - 17
Free Children Ages 12 and Under

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Towers Mansion

Tours at the Towers are given by the owners themselves. The home features period furnishings by John Henry Belter, Alexander Roux, and J.J. Meeks. These plentiful collections are rotated throughout the year. Also on display are antique laces, beaded purses, crowns & tiaras, Vaseline glass, ink wells, gentlemen’s watch fobs and many other unusual items used in everyday Victorian life.

TOURS
4pm Fridays & 10am Saturdays

$25 Adults Ages 8+

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