McRaven was built c. 1797 by Andrew Glass in a town called Walnut Hills, which is now Vicksburg, Mississippi. In the Civil War era, it was known as the Bobb House, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as such. McRaven got its current name from the street it is located on, which was formerly called McRaven Street, but is now Harrison Street. McRaven has been on the Mississippi Department of Archives and History's Historic Preservation list since January 8, 1978. It is also believed by many to be haunted, and has been called "the most haunted house in Mississippi."Plan to see McRaven House and other attractions that appeal to you using our Vicksburg trip itinerary maker site.
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This place is a must-see while in Vicksburg! Steven was our tour guide. He was very knowledgeable and friendly. I've toured many homes from this period but this one is unique in that it has so... more »
Tours of antebellum mansions are always interesting and this one offers a ghost tour if you are into these things. more »
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