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Located on 3,000 acres in Wiggins, Miss.,7L Farms and Land Co., LLC is a working farm with 1,000 head of Angus cattle. Its tranquil beauty makes it the ideal country location for your next special event. Our spacious dining hall seats 200 guests, and our covered porches and landscaped grounds provide a scenic view.
Continental breakfast including coffee, pastries and mimosas. Each room has a view of the Gulf of Mexico from a private terrace, flat screen TV, wireless internet, and more. Event capabilities for weddings, receptions, meetings, retreats, reunions, etc. Catering by Naomi's Catering.
Hotel/Motel 121 guest room; pool; meeting spaces; pet friendly
Ameristar Casino Hotel is the long-time market share leader in the city. With its ornate columns and crystal chandeliers, the 70,000 square-foot casino is a real showstopper and includes the largest live poker room in the market, three on-site dining venues and two entertainment venues.
c. 1830. Tour one of Vicksburg’s most historic antebellum homes. With humble beginnings as a wood framed pioneer home, Anchuca was built in 1830 by J.W. Maulding. Be sure to dine at Cafe' Anchuca.
Artesia Community Center handles private meetings, reunions, private parties and weddings.
Each guestroom is tastefully decorated and features a private bath and television. Weddings, receptions, special occasions. Full breakfast. 5 rooms.
As a national historic landmark, Auburn has quite a story to tell. It was the first major building in Natchez to follow an actual architectural plan. In the years leading to the Civil War several Natchez homes emulated the style of Auburn's facade. The home's spiral staircase stands entirely unsupported, a feat unmatched even in modern buildings. These points introduce you to the dramatic story of Auburn itself.
Beautifully restored B'nai B'rith Club in historic downtown Vicksburg; showers, parties, reception, luncheon, banquet.
Government owned building
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