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Miss Lou Heritage Group & Tours

Natchez Civil Rights Tour
The #1 Civil Rights Tour in Southwest Mississippi.

Come and learn how African Americans achieved equality and respect during trying times of the 1960's Civil Rights Movement in Natchez.  The Natchez Civil Rights Tour is a five stop riding tour conducted by the Miss Lou Heritage Group and Tours. 
Two dates offered: Friday, January 12 and Friday, January 26 

10:00 AM | 1:00 PM | 3:00 PM
Price: $20.00 Adults | $10.00 Kids (Group Rates Available)
Pick Up Location: 199 Saint Catherine Street| Natchez, Mississippi 39120

The Miss Lou Heritage Group & Tours  Presents Heritage For The Spring 2018
​(in collaboration with Natchez Heritage School Of Cooking, Katering By Kevin, Natchez Museum of African American History & Culture, and Zion Chapel AME Church)

The Natchez Heritage Tour & Tasting
March 17 & 21
April 13 & 14
$30.00 Adults | $15.00 Youth (12 & Under)
10:30 AM
 
The Natchez Heritage Tour & Tasting is a 3 stop tour and cooking demonstration history, culture, and food of African Americans. Tour and cooking demonstration are conducted by the Miss Lou Heritage Group and Tours and the Natchez Heritage School Of Cooking.
 
Tour & Tasting Duration: 3 Hours & 30 Minutes
 
Pick Up Location:
199 Saint Catherine Street | Natchez, MS 39120
  
Isabella and The Prince
“A Natchez Love Story”

 March 17 & 21
April 13 & 14
$45.00 Adults | $30.00 Youth (12 & Under)
6:00 PM

Take a glimpse back in time to the lives of Isabella and Prince Abdulrahman Ibrahim Ibn Sori, who were enslaved for nearly forty years in Adams County, Mississippi. Come and watch the story of how two individuals' love and dedication to one another gained their freedom.  Isabella and Prince Abdulrahman Ibrahim are portrayed by Mrs. Shabilla Adams-Minor and Mr. Randy Minor.
 
Dinner will be catered By: Katering By Kevin
 
Isabella and The Prince is a 40 minutes presentation with a question and answer period.
 
Location:
Natchez Museum of African American History & Culture
 
“A Street Like No Other”
St. Catherine Street Tour

March 23, 24 & 31
April 6, 7 & 17
$30.00 Adults | $15.00 Youth (12 & Under)
10:30 AM

​A memorable tour & experience that takes you along the street known as “The Southern Road to Freedom” or “Black Wall Street of Mississippi” Learn and relive the plight of African Americans from Natchez, Mississippi with a specialized tour of the Forks of the Road Slave Market (the 2nd largest slave market in the Deep South), to Dr.John B. Banks, to Zion Chapel A.M.E. Church.
The Saint Catherine Street Tour is an up close and informative tour conducted by the Miss Lou Heritage Group & Tours.
Lunch will be served by Katering By Kevin.                                          
 
Tour duration: 3 Hours
 
Pick Up Location:
199 Saint Catherine Street
Natchez, MS 39120
 
Narrative of A Natchez Slave
“One Man and Woman's Quest For Freedom”

 March 23 & 24
April 17
$30.00 Adults | $15.00 Youth (12 & Under)
6:00 PM
 
The Narrative of A Natchez Slave is the narrative of William Thompson and Lilly Ann Granderson, who were brought and enslaved in Natchez during the Antebellum (pre-Civil War) Era. Come and witness one man and woman's quest for freedom in Antebellum Natchez.   Also included “Food and Folklore” and “Soups and Stories” presentation is a food demonstration and dinner by Jarita F. King of the Natchez Heritage School for Cooking.
 
Narrative of a Natchez Slave is a 40 minutes presentation with a question and answer period.
 
Location:
Miss Lou Heritage Group & Tours LLC:
March 23 & 24
 This event will be at Concord Quarters, 301 Gayosa Avenue on April 17
           
The Heritage Church Experience
March 28 & 30
April 11
$30.00 Adults | $15.00 Youth (12 & Under)
10:30 AM
 
Enjoy a day of history, hymns, and heritage of five historically black churches in Natchez.
Natchez is the home of some the most historic and profound churches in the deep south. Lunch will be served by Katering By Kevin
 
Tour Duration: 3 hours and 30 mins

 
Pick Up Location:
199 Saint Catherine Street
Natchez, MS 39120
 
Hiram & John
“Tales of Distinguished Gentleman”

March 26 and 28
April 11
 $45.00 Adults | $30.00 Youth (12 & Under)
This is a re-enactment followed by dinner catered by Katering by Kevin
6:00 PM
 
That prayer—one of the most impressive and eloquent prayers that had ever been delivered in the [Mississippi] Senate Chamber—made Revels a United States Senator.
- John Roy Lynch
 
Take A Glimpse back to 1869, when two distinguished gentlemen from Natchez met to change history politically for people of color in America forever.
 
Hiram & John is a 40 minutes presentation with a question and answer period.
 
Location:
Please note the location change for March 30 and April 11
Natchez Museum of African American History and Culture: March 28
 Zion Chapel AME Church: March 30 & April 11
                    
 The Lynch's
“An American Family Saga”

March 27
April 6 & 7
$45.00 Adults | $30.00 Youth (12 & Under)
This is a re-enactment followed by dinner catered by Katering by Kevin
6:00 PM
 
In 1859, John Roy Lynch and his family were sold to the Dunleith Plantation in Natchez. After 1863, the Lynch's lives changed forever. Come and experience the saga of a family that was once enslaved in Antebellum Natchez to becoming one of Mississippi's most prominent families during the Reconstruction years.
  
The Lynch's is a 40 minutes presentation with a question and answer period.


Location: Zion Chapel AME Church

The Black Natchez Tours

The Black Natchez Tours are presented by the Miss Lou Heritage Group & Tours throughout the city of Natchez and surrounding areas. Tours are designed to explain, enrich, and empower individuals from all walks of life on the astonishing history and accomplishments of people of African descent in Natchez and surrounding areas. 

Choose the St. Catherine Street Experience and Tour, the Natchez Civil Rights Experience and Tour, Natchez Blues Tour or the Natchez Heritage Tour. Please NoteAll tours are 75 minutes.

The Natchez Heritage Tour is a 3 stop tour conducted by a tour guide and driver of the Miss Lou Heritage Group and Tours of consisting of three sites:
      The Natchez Museum of African American History & Culture
      Forks of the Road Slave Market 
      Watkins Street Colored Cemetery 

All Tours are Tuesday through Saturday:
10:00am - 11:15am
1:00pm - 2:15pm
2:30pm - 3:45pm
Last tour is at 4:00pm - 5:15pm

Cost is $20. per person

Tours on Sunday and Monday are by appointment only.

 

Please call 601-445-6102 to speak about discounted group rates.