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Located at Washington and South Pearl Streets, this house was built in 1858 by Thomas Henderson, a prominent Natchez planter and merchant. The Greek Revival-style house is one of the finest examples of its kind, and has been restored to its original brownstone color. Magnolia Hall contains 18th- and 19th-century antiques, as well as the Natchez Costume Museum, which features Victorian clothing.

Open daily. The last great mansion built in Natchez prior to the War Between the States, it is one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture. Features a costume museum and is a restoration project of the Natchez Garden Club. National Register.

Location: Natchez Mississippi 39120 Telephone 601-442-6672

Other History nearby:
(Natchez) Dunleith
(Port Gibson) First Presbyterian Church
(Port Gibson) Grand Gulf Military Monument Park
(Natchez) Grand Village of the Natchez Indians
(Natchez) House on Ellicott's Hill
(Natchez) Longwood

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