New South Spirit, Old South Hospitality


The smell of azaleas, the sight of hoopskirted hostesses, and the sound of stories of days past will soon fill the air in Natchez, Mississippi, the oldest continuous settlement on the Mississippi River.
The doors of 27 Natchez antebellum homes will be open from March 7 until April 7, and visitors from around the world be welcomed into privately owned homes open only during the city's annual Spring Pilgrimage.
To view the houses on tour for spring, visit the Spring Pilgrimage page. To purchase tickets, visit our online store.

King's Tavern Mixology Classes

Take an afternoon or night to enjoy the fun and spirited class of Mixology, the art and science of cocktails, at the King's Tavern! This class allows for the guest to experience making real and proper cocktails along with food bites to enjoy Mixology to its fullest! Saturday afternoons at 4:00 pm, and Sunday afternoons at 4:00pm. Please contact Natchez Pilgrimage Tours at 601-446-6631 or the King's Tavern at 601-446-5003 to purchase tickets! Tickets are $35 per person and must be purchased at least 24 hours in advance.

Natchez was recently voted AAA Traveler's Readers Choice Best Small City in the U.S. for a Weekend for the second year in a row! It was also listed in New York Times Best Seller, 1000 Places to See Before You Die, Workman, 2010Life Magazine's Heaven on Earth: 100 Places to See in Your Lifetime, and also featured in Conde' Nast Traveler Magazine Readers' Choice Survey 2013 as being the 7th friendliest city in the United States!

Monday April 20, 2015