Magnolia Hall

Interesting
Distinguished by ornately carved magnolia-motif ceiling medallions, Magnolia Hall was built in 1858 and was one of the few Natchez mansions to suffer shelling damage (from a gunboat) during the Civil War. Now owned by the Natchez Garden Club, the house includes a small costume museum upstairs, with hoop skirts, corsets, and mannequins outfitted in the antebellum garb worn by Natchez belles during the Spring Pilgrimage pageants over the past 20 years.

Useful information

Address : 

215 S. Pearl St

Phone:

+1 601-443-9065

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