Two fall pilgrimages have snuck up on me, but you still have time to take advantage of the cooler fall weather that is promised for this weekend and beyond by taking a trek to explore some of Mississippi’s historic landmarks.
Carrollton Pilgrimage, October 3-4, 2014:
Adult Tickets $25.00
Student Tickets grades 1-12 are $10
All Historic Homes, Churches and other Buildings will be open on Friday & Saturday from 9 am – 5 pm
- Episcopal Rectory
- Lum Reek
- The Oaks
- The Vance House
- CARROLLTON BAPTIST CHURCH
- CARROLLTON METHODIST CHURCH
- CARROLLTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
- GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
OTHER HISTORIC BUILDINGS
- MERRILL MUSEUM
- GEE’S STORE
- THE OLD JAIL
- MASONIC LODGE
**COTESWORTH TOUR, THE LIBRARY OF SENATOR J. Z. GEORGE WILL BE ON TOUR THIS YEAR! THE MAIN HOUSE IS UNDER REMODELING FOR ACCESSIBILITY & MAY NOT BE OPEN FOR THE PUBLIC THIS YEAR.
Natchez Fall Pilgrimage, September 26-October 13, 2014
Antebellum Homes Tours
Privately owned antebellum homes open their doors to the public for 4 weeks
Private Tour Guides
Whether it is your first time to Natchez or your annual trip to Pilgrimage, when you experience your trip through private or group tour, your stay in our beautiful, historic town will be unparalleled! Our licensed tour guides have a deep commitment to Natchez history and represent the most experienced guides in the Natchez area.
Amos Polk’s Voices of Hope
A traditional, plantation dinner that includes a stirring performance of Gospel music. The world famous Carriage House Restaurant is the setting for this excellent show. Dinner begins at 6:45 p.m. and the music starts at 7:30 p.m. Every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday beginning September 26, 2013 and ending October 14, 2014. Call 800-647-6742 or 601-446-6631 for more information.
For a look at the Fall Pilgrimage 2014 Brochure CLICK HERE
Categories: Carrollton, Natchez, Preservation People/Events
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