Founded in 1716, Natchez is the oldest city on the Mississippi River. Today, Natchez boasts more antebellum structures than any other city
of its size in the United States, with 13 National Landmarks and over 1,000 buildings on the National Resister of Historic Places. For over 80 years, the Natchez Spring Pilgrimage has opened the doors to some of America’s most exquisite historic homes and gardens to visitors from all over the globe. Experience landmark homes and gorgeous landscapes unlike any other place, with one of the most important collections of 19th-century architecture and cultural landscapes in the country.
Arrive in Natchez, MS. Check into Natchez Grand Hotel. Tonight we enjoy a progressive dinner, beginning with appetizers at The Towers, dinner at Sunnyside and dessert at another beautiful antebellum home. (D)
Meet our step-on guide and tour two Spring Pilgrimage homes, followed by lunch at The Castle, and a tour of Dunleith Historic Inn. Free afternoon for downtown shopping or perhaps relaxing at our hotel before dinner and tour at Choctaw Hall. (B, L, D)
This morning, we will visit Old South Trading Post for a little retail therapy before touring Longwood, the most unique of antebellum homes in Natchez. Luncheon on the Lawn at Linden will follow. This afternoon, we visit Rosalie and in the evening, we will enjoy dinner at Monmouth Historic Inn. (B,L,D)
- 8 meals – 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 3 dinners
- All antebellum homes listed in itinerary above.
- Deluxe motorcoach transportation/driver’s gratuity
- Fully escorted by Jane’s Journeys
- Three nights lodging at Natchez Grand Hotel/luggage handling
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