Beautiful antebellum homes, big front porches, friendly tour guides dressed in colorful gowns, the history and the Old South…. it’s all apart of the Natchez Fall Pilgrimage! From September 27 to October 14, privately owned antebellum homes will open their doors to the public for two weeks.
This event is like no other… the Natchez Trace Parkway begins Natchez and this community is the perfect place to truly experience the South. Natchez was recently voted AAA Traveler’s Readers Choice Best Small City in the U.S. for a Weekend for the second year in a row. It was also listed in New York Times Best Seller “1000 Places to See Before You Die” and Life Magazine’s Heaven on Earth: 100 Places to See in Your Lifetime.
You will be able to visit Longwood, Rosalie or Stanton Hall through the Natchez Fall Pilgrimage Tours. Take the Natchez Trace Parkway to Natchez, Mississippi and enjoy viewing these beautiful mansions during the Natchez Pilgrimage Tours. Get your tickets here. You can also find them on Facebook and the Natchez Trace on Facebook!