100 Front Street
Vidalia, LA 71373
Phone: (318) 336-1655
Fax: (318) 336-1657
Owned and operated by the Mississippi State Society Daughters of the American Revolution, this famous Federal-style mansion is surrounded by a four-acre park overlooking the mighty Mississippi River. Used as the Union Army's headquarters during their occupation of Natchez during the Civil War, Rosalie is one of the few antebellum mansions in the South that is filled with furniture, paintings and clothes used by the very family that lived in Rosalie for more than 100 years ago.
A lovely historic site that is on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors can tour the grounds.
Deemed the architectural gem of Natchez, it occupies the site where in 1797 Major Andre Ellicott, on orders from George Washington, defied Spanish authority and raised the American flag for the first time in the Lower Mississippi Valley.
Magnolia Hall was the last great mansion built before the Civil War. It is a very fine example of Greek Revival architecture. The Natchez Garden Club is in charge of the restoration and the home features a costume museum.
Formerly known as the Institute Hall, the United States Courthouse is was an educational structure that was built serves the people in various ways. Currently standing still as a hall of entertainment, that hosts celebrations and traveling acts, it also came to be called the Opera Hall.
This Federal-style church was constructed for a congregation that organized in 1817.
The oldest church building in Natchez and the oldest existing Episcopal church building in Mississippi, the Federal-style Trinity Episcopal Church's interior includes two rare art-glass windows designed and installed by Louis Comfort Tiffany.
This palatial mansion is one of the most impressive of antebellum America. There is an enormous entry hall and gilded French mirrors line the parlor. It is furnished with antiques and many of the original pieces from the family.
"The construction of this place of worship was begun in 1842 as the Cathedral of the newly established Diocese of Natchez." The church took 40 years to be completed. 12 of its stained glass windows were installed between 1884 and 1893. The three marble altars, communion rail, Episcopal chair, and screens are in Carrara marble. Masses take place Monday through Friday at 8:00 a.m., Saturdays 4:00 p.m., and 10:00 a.m. Sundays.
Dunleith is a stately white colonnade surrounded by 40 acres of landscaped gardens. The home and landscaped gardens make for a beautiful wedding setting, with receptions easily accommodated on the grounds and catering by their on-site restaurant. It is an ideal location for business meetings for up to 100 people. Open daily for guided tours.
The Natchez National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery along the Mississippi River in Adams County, Mississippi. This 25.7 acre (10.40 hectares) burial ground contains coffins and cremated remains and ancient headstones of many soldiers who were buried in the docks of the west bank of the Mississippi River. These remains were later exhumed and transported to this place in 1866. The guides are well informed and will make your experience more knowledgeable. Natchez National Cemetery was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
Enjoy the fresh delightful taste of a variety of fine Muscadine Wines. Take a casual short tour of the orchards and sample the fine wines available. Tours and tastings available daily.