Sites & Landmarks

Luxury is the best word to describe the ambiance of Dunleith. This historic home is one of the city’s premier historic estates and your worries will melt away when you step through the doorway. Guests can relax by the outdoor...
Miss-Lou Tours boasts a fabulous menu of tours, experiences and adventures in the heart of the Mississippi/Louisiana Region, and is dedicated to providing high-quality diverse, fun and challenging experiences and adventures. We can customize your adventure to give you the...
Nestled in the basement of The Castle Restaurant on the grounds of historic Dunleith is an English-style pub complete with a nice selection of domestic and imported beers. Grab a cocktail in the Pub before heading upstairs for dinner, and...
Windsor Ruins is located about 10 miles southwest of Port Gibson near Alcorn State University. The ruins consist of 23 standing Corinthian columns of the largest pre-Civil War Greek Revival homes ever built in the state.The home stood from 1861...
The Proud to Take a Stand monument honors those Natchez-Adams County citizens who were wrongfully incarcerated in October 1965 for standing up for basic Civil & Voting Rights. The monument has more than 400 names engraved into the marble, and...
It may sound a bit grave to consider a cemetery an attraction, but when it comes to the Natchez City Cemetery, and once you learn the history of some of the characters buried there, you’ll quickly understand why. Once you...
The Grand Village is a 128-acre site featuring three prehistoric Native American mounds, a reconstructed Natchez Indian house, and museum. Additional features of the site include a nature trail, a “Touch Table” for children, and a Visitor Center with gift...
About 20 minutes across the river from Natchez is Frogmore Cotton Plantation & Gins, one of eight plantations originally owned by the wealthy Natchez planter, John Gillespie. Selected by Rand McNally as a “MUST SEE” site in South, this 1,800...
Fort Rosalie, founded on August 3, 1716, was created as a French colonial bulkhead that has lead to the oldest permanent settlement on the lower Mississippi River–the City of Natchez, Mississippi. Natchez National Historical Park opened the Fort Rosalie archaeological...
Emerald Mound is a Plaquemine culture Mississippian period archaeological site located on the Natchez Trace Parkway. The site dates from the period between 1200 and 1730 CE. The site was at one point used by the later Natchez people as...