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c. 1860-61. National Historic Landmark. The largest octagonal house in North America. Oriental-inspired architecture. Remains unfinished because construction was halted at the onset of the Civil War.
Restaurant with meeting facilities.
c. 1858. The last great mansion to be completed in Natchez prior to the War between the States. Features a Henderson family museum collection of pilgrimage costumes and a doll collection.
Hotel with facilities for group meeting, motorcoach, reunions and weddings. 303 guest rooms.
McClain Lodge provides the perfect setting for your next wedding, reception, church or corporate event, family reunion or outing. Catered Breakfast; Foods served: buffet, cookout, reception, seated meals.
Outdoor funtion area with outside catering allowed. Suitable for weddings.
Discover Mississippi's agricultural legacy as you step back in time.
Year-round events featuring rodeos, circuses, equine events, motor-cross, and concerts. RV camping available. See website for calendar of events.
Mississippi’s largest art museum, the Mississippi Museum of Art holds an extensive collection of more than 4,000 works including the world’s largest collection by and relating to Mississippians and their culturally diverse heritage.
Meeting facility for Corporate events, Private events, weddings, reunions and motorcoach.
Host to the 1996 Gulf Coast Nike PGA Tour and 1997 Nike PGA Tour.
Back Yardage: 6983 yards
Back Rating: 73.1
Back Slope: 128
Middle Yardage: 6517 yards
Middle Rating: 71.3
Middle Slope: 123
MGA Member: True
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