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Rosalie Mansion, Natchez

#3 of 94 in Museums in Mississippi
History Museum · Historic Site
Rosalie Mansion is a historic pre-Civil War mansion and historic house museum in Natchez, Mississippi. Built in 1823, it served as the architectural inspiration for a large number of Natchez's grand Greek Revival mansions, and was a major influence on Antebellum architecture in the greater region. During the American Civil War, it served as Union headquarters for the Natchez area from July 1863 on. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1989.
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  • We were so glad that this home opened at nine so we were able to tour it before we left town. We really enjoyed this beautiful home, the guides did an excellent job!  more »
  • Great example of antebellum home and furnishings. Almost all furnishings original to the home, not period pieces. Home is very well preserved. Tour guides informative  more »

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