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First Presbyterian Church

117 S Pearl St, Natchez, MS 39120-3466
+1 601-442-2581
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Make time to see the photography exhibit

I have visited this exhibit several times when I visit Natchez. It is free and you can spend 30... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Anita D
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Decatur, Alabama
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Great!

My family and I ended up here on recommendation from our carriage tour guide. It was fantastic... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Erick L
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Calhoun City, Mississippi
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117 S Pearl St, Natchez, MS 39120-3466
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+1 601-442-2581
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I have visited this exhibit several times when I visit Natchez. It is free and you can spend 30 minutes or several hours. It is AWESOME! It is such a treasure to be able to see life in Natchez in photos taken from 1850s to...More

Thank Anita D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My family and I ended up here on recommendation from our carriage tour guide. It was fantastic! Getting to see so much history through pitchers. We literally did not expect it to be so large and there to be so many rooms full of pictures....More

Thank Erick L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This lovely old church has an extensive and fascinating collection of photos of life in Natchez after the Civil War. They are well displayed and labeled. We could have spent hours there.

Thank Melissa E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Anyone visiting Natchez should visit this free exhibition of photos of local life in Natchez in the 1800's. The pictures and quality of them is fantastic. Gives you a real insight into the social history of the time

Thank GAIL L
Reviewed 25 May 2017

Antebellum church in Natchez. Clean lines outside and not overdone on the inside. Certainly worth stopping by to see.

Thank verdun2
Reviewed 18 May 2017

If you are in Natchez is appreciate the old town experience this is the location to start off with. This collection of photographs from the mid 1800's up through the early twenty century will provide a direct view of that life.

Thank Paul W
Reviewed 17 May 2017

This is a beautiful church, which houses a collection of hundreds of restored Natchez photographs from about 1845 to 1910. The stunning photos reveal the people, places, fashions, and Mississippi River life during that era. They are wonderfully displayed in a museum-like setting upstairs at...More

Thank BBLoverTN
Reviewed 15 May 2017

Entire second floor is early photo gallery. One room just devoted to children's photos and awesome photo of steamboat wreck with almost 9500 bales of cotton lost. Great insight to the life in Natchez during that era.

Thank VHS-65
Reviewed 9 May 2017 via mobile

An interesting collection of photos from the 19th century of Natchez and its population which were printed from rediscovered negatives.

Thank Brian1950
Reviewed 20 April 2017

The church houses a HUGE collection of photographs depicting the history of the Natchez area. They are well organized. You can spend a short time here or a very long time depending on how much you want to study the photographs and read all the...More

Thank 298pennyr
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