Top 7 Tourist Attractions in Natchez, Mississippi

6: Natchez National Historical Park

Natchez National Historical Park
Photo Courtesy: Flickr/Michael McCarthy

If graves aren’t something you find particularly comfortable being around, try going out and enjoying the fresh air at the Natchez National Historic Park. You’ll be visiting it by default if you shoot for Fort Rosalie. There are two other famous mansions located on park grounds, as well. This historical park is almost like a living snapshot of what life looked like back in the 18th and 19th century, at least for the wealthy class of elites.

Address: 210 State St, Natchez, MS 39120
Website: www.nps.gov

7: Emerald Mound

Emerald Mound
Photo Courtesy: Flickr/Tony Webster

This is the second biggest known ceremonial mound in America that was a place where the native Natchez tribes would come to give their thanks to the spirits and give their blessings to the dead. It is a must-see visit if you’re going to be traveling to the nearby Trace Parkway. The view is breath-taking.

Address: Emerald Mound Rd, Natchez, MS 39120
Website: www.nps.gov

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