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This modest historic residence was the home of Richard Elward, a book-binder and Natchez newspaper editor. Set close to the street on a corner of a lot encircled by a palisade fence, the brick cottage is distinguished by the high quality of its exterior, Greek Revival style woodwork. You can find it while strolling through the garden district of town and it's side faces that of Greenleaves.
Emmaus (ee-MAY'-us) Retreat Center is a non-profit, ecumenical Christian ministry that offers rest, refreshment, and restoration. As an interdenominational ministry, our purpose is to equip fellow believers of Jesus Christ in becoming overcomers in the world today. Through prayer, spiritual formation, and healing, individuals will obtain the peace of God to overcome troubling circumstances that have sought to destroy the joy in their lives. Our desire is to see individuals healed and made whole, serving God with a renewed joy.
The retreat center is conveniently located in Central Mississippi at the No Mistake Plantation, est. 1833, just a short drive from Jackson, Vicksburg, Yazoo City and surrounding areas. In addition to spiritual retreats and prayer ministry, No Mistake Plantation is the perfect site for reunions, corporate events, wedding, receptions, and social gatherings to captivate the most discerning of tastes.
c. 1851. Built by Robert D. Smith, a free African-American who operated a carriage service in historic Natchez. Once operated as an inn by Portuguese merchant Jose Bontura.
The Fairview Inn is the place to have your business meeting, family reunion, wedding and more. To make your experience both enjoyable and memorable, we have many partners that can help you to have the event you expect from this historical bed and breakfast. Jackson's only designated 4-diamond inn features award winning Sophia's Restaurant. The Inn also features a casual neighborhood lounge, the Library Lounge is the perfect spot to unwind at the end of your day. 2004 Most Outstanding Inn in North America, Conde Nast Johansen. A member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi, Mississippi Hotel & Lodging Association and American Hotel & Motel Association.
This charming log cabin was built in 1825, in Copiah County and exemplifies the pioneer spirit.
c. 1886. Built in the Queen Anne style of the Victorian period as a wedding gift for his wife, Mamie.
c. 1822. The oldest house in the oldest neighborhood. George Washington Ball was a distant cousin of our first president. Contains an interesting variety of memorabilia and furniture. Historic bed & breakfast inn.
c. 1836. Transitional Federal/Greek Revival architecture. Historic house, conveniently located in downtown Raymond, hosts tours, private functions, and events. National Register of Historic Places.
Glen Auburn sits authoritatively atop a knoll in the heart of Natchez and seems to consume every other structure in its immediate surroundings. Its architectural style, though basically considered Greek Revival, is somewhat different from many other of Natchez' majestic mansions, and it's a delight to behold either on a walking or carriage tour.
Visit Grand-Gulf Raymond Scenic Byway for a leisurely step back in time amid an enjoyable atmosphere. Delve into Mississippi’s history, explore the lush countryside, or imagine soldiers as they marched along the route years ago.
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