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A must see unique place

The ladies and gentleman giving the tours are so good. They have tons of history for this little... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Heather G
A must see gem of antebellum architecture

Great tour guides give you a small group tour of this unique home which has a tragic story and was... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
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Reviewed April 4, 2018

I have seen Antebellum Mansions all over the South and have been to Longwood a number of times over the years and always recommend visitors to see it. Antebellum Mansions are gorgeous, the history, architecture, stories of the occupants, but Longwood is unique. There is not another one like it.

Thank Catherine M
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Reviewed April 4, 2018

Be prepared, there is nothing glamorous or refined about this house. Some of the rooms are sparsely furnished and the dining room has pretty china. The fascinating aspect of this house is that it is incomplete. Construction was started but never finished due to the Civil War. The tour allows you to see the guts of what would have been an incredible mansion. Apparently, the original family did reside on the first floor for a number of generations and then it was rented to other family members. Strangely, there are no pictures of these years and one wonders how such a robust history was lost. I found the tour left me with more questions than answers.

Thank Susan O
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Reviewed March 30, 2018 via mobile

Gorgeous grounds, impressive if incomplete building and knowledgeable host although I struggled to understand the accent.

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Reviewed March 29, 2018

Excellent tour, a must if you are in Natchez. Our tour guide was passionate and knowledgeable. was happy to answer questions. the house was was spectacular, very sad that it was unfinished but interesting to see "underneath' the finished product.

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Reviewed March 27, 2018

This building, from its inception was designed to be architecturally unique. But due to the timing of construction, just before the Civil War, the building was never completed and the family suffered greatly.

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