Ahern’s Belle Of The Bends
Constructed in the mid 1870s, this postbellum home is adorned with crystal chandeliers, ornately carved millwork and other lavish details that lend a unique feel. 30-minute tours are available daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Anchuca Historic Mansion
Anchuca, an antebellum home, was built in the late 1820s and updated in the 1840s with its current Greek styling. The property is perhaps best known as the home of Confederate President and Jefferson Davis’s brother, Joseph E. Davis. Anchuca is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Annabelle Bed & Breakfast
The opulent Annabelle is located within Vicksburg’s historic Garden District. Call the Annabelle to schedule a tour of the home, which features magnificent design elements based on Victorian and Italianate architectural styles.
Baer House Inn
Constructed in 1870 by Lazrus and Leona Baer, the Baer House exhibits inspiration from the Eastlake and Victorian architectural movements. Tours are available by appointment from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m and range from 60 to 90 minutes in duration.
If you’re planning to visit Vicksburg’s Old Courthouse Museum, venture across the street to explore the Bazsinsky House. The home was completed in 1861, just two years before the Siege of Vicksburg. Open daily, appointments recommended.
Cedar Grove Mansion Inn
The five-acre Cedar Grove Mansion Inn estate was finished in 1852. It currently houses five unique buildings complemented by graceful gardens, fountains and courtyards. The home is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Corners Mansion
Fusing influences from the Greek Revival, Italianate and Victorian movements, The Corners Mansion boasts parterre gardens and ornate mouldings that complement the home’s upscale atmosphere. Tours are held daily by appointment.
Duff Green Mansion
This historic landmark was initially constructed as a gift to a cotton broker’s bride, but it was soon converted into a Civil War hospital. Group tours are available by appointment.
George Washington Ball House
This stately home was erected in 1822, prior to Vicksburg’s incorporation. It fell into disrepair over time, but was completely restored in 2004. Groups of six or more may tour by appointment.
Greys Oaks Plantation
Martha Vick House
Constructed by Newit Vick, the founder of Vicksburg, for his daughter, this miniature mansion is the last original Vick home remaining in the city. Tours last approximately one hour.
At nearly two centuries old, the McNutt House – named for Alexander McNutt, Mississippi’s 12th governor – is one of the oldest in Vicksburg. Tours are offered daily, by appointment, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
McRaven Tour Home
Consisting of three portions – the first built in 1797, the next in 1836 and the third in 1849 – the McRaven Tour Home allows guests to view museum-worthy antiques representing each time period. The home is open daily.