Natchez is literally a time capsule reflecting an amazing history. It was founded in 1716 and is the oldest settlement on the Mississippi River. Today Natchez enjoys the largest collection of antebellum homes in the country. It has 13 National Landmarks and over 1000 buildings on the National Historic Register.
Check out these Natchez Fall Pilgrimage Events you don’t want to miss:
- Amos Polk’s Voices of Hope – Enjoy a bountiful plantation dinner and a stirring gospel concert at the renowned Carriage House Restaurant on the grounds of antebellum Stanton Hall.
- The Haunting of The Towers: A Paranormal Candlelight Tour – An evening of actual paranormal experiences, along with beautiful period decorative arts, given by owners James and Ginger Hyland. Complimentary champagne and refreshments. Prepare to be amazed! Limited tickets.
- Natchez Little Theatre presents “The Trip to Bountiful” – Set in the twilight of Carrie Watts’ life, finds her wishing to revisit Bountiful, the small Texas town of her youth.
- A Musical Portrait of Natchez with Lynn Beach Smith, Soprano – A musical journey through the years, including 19th century ballads and 20th century jazz. Performed inside Stanton Hall.
- Entertaining Southern Style – Entertaining Southern style! Join Chef Regina Charboneau at Twin Oaks for food, Southern cocktails and tips on entertaining.
- Evening at Auburn Antebellum Home – Step back in time with music by Burnley Cook, Master of the Calliope. Enjoy libations by Clark Feiser, Master of the Mint Julep.
- Ghost Tour at Longwood – Enjoy a ghostly tour & wicked brew in the epitome of phantom-like settings.