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  2. Top 10 Things To Do In Natchez, Mississippi - Updated 2023

    The Grand Village of the Natchez Indians Address: 400 Jeff Davis Blvd, Natchez, MS 39120, United States Website: The Grand Village of the Natchez Indians Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 9am - 5pm; Sun: 1:30pm - 5pm Price: Free 2. Bike along Natchez Trace and enjoy scenic views Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Tony Webster used under CC BY-SA 2.0

  3. The 10 Best Natchez Hotels (From $93) -

    Natchez Located on a 26-acre estate, this historic inn offers a romantic getaway just 5 minutes’ drive Natchez city center. Everything, beautifully restored old house, spotlessly clean, staff extremely attentive and a pleasure. Nothing too much trouble, great tour of the property free if charge included which was excellent.

  4. 20 Amazing Natchez River Cruises for 2023-2024 - Adventure Life

    Effortlessly float between quaint villages, scenic countryside, and history-rich cities and destinations like Natchez without unpacking your bags. Enjoy river cruises, cruises, cultural, archaeological site visits, and urban exploration on a specialty Natchez river cruise. Natchez river cruises cost from $2,199 to $29,999 for a 8 to 16 days trip.

  5. Natchez Civil War Sites Driving Tour - National Park Service

    Site 1: Natchez Visitor Center. Your driving tour of Civil War sites in Natchez begins at the Natchez Visitor Center which contains exhibits about regional history. From the Natchez Visitor Center parking lot head southeast toward South Canal Street. Turn left onto South Canal Street and drive .66 miles and turn left onto Main Street and drive ...

  6. Knowing Natchez by Its Dead - The New York Times

    The city cemetery encapsulates this Mississippi river town’s complicated, counterintuitive history. ... Natchez was the richest town per capita in the United States from about 1820 to 1860 ...

  7. Natchez, Mississippi - History and Facts | History Hit

    The historic Natchez people were preceded by an indigenous Plaquemine culture rooted in the Lower Mississippi River Valley since 700 BC. Its people were noted for their hierarchical communities, platform mound architecture including nearby Emerald Mound, and intensive growth of maize. Around 1700 the Natchez abandoned their ceremonial site at ...

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