FIND OUT ABOUT THE ART, FOOD AND MUSIC THIS TOWN HAS TO OFFER!
When you're done with touring your pick of the many Antebellum homes built in Natchez about 200 years ago, come find out what's happening here in modern times. Restaurants, art galleries and seasonal events are also a reason to visit our old town on the Mississippi River. Find out WHERE TO STAY >>
October 14, 15, & 16 - The streets of Natchez will be filled with the excitement of our biggest festival of the year! Come on down for some Fun, Games, Rides, Balloon Flights, Great Food and Craft Beer.
Events downtown every Second Saturday of each month display art in shops and galleries down Main and Franklin Streets. Arts Natchez gallery features a different artist every month, serving wine and snacks to gather and celebrate our local artists.
Natchez Pottery is located on the bluff overlooking the river just at the end of the riverwalk on Broadway street. They have great events and workshops such as Girlfriend Getaways, Mom and Me workshops, Artist demonstrations, and the famous Empty Bowls fundraiser for the local Stew Pot.
DEVEREAUX SHIELDS HOUSE
Located in the Historic District of Natchez, this home offers 2 elegant two-room suites in the 1893 Queen Anne Victorian, and a 2-room suite plus 3 more rooms in the 1873 Aunt Clara's Cottage just across the street. Great for families or groups traveling together!
Rising Sun Bed and Breakfast
A completely restored 1890 Victorian home with two guest rooms and numerous balconies, appointed in an exquisite Oriental decor. Just a quick stroll away from downtown shopping, attractions and restaurants. Extended Stay / Corporate Rates are welcome!
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Mississippi prides itself on being the birthplace of the blues. If these walls could talk... they would probably be singin' along.