SPRING PILGRIMAGE - NATCHEZ,
March 19-21, 2020
There is so much history here !
Come join us as we celebrate a cherished Southern tradition for over 75 years. On this
3 day/2 night tour we will visit 3 of some of the most splendid antebellum homes in Natchez. Our guides will be costumed family friends and descendants of the original owners, whose stories are as real as the bricks and mortar in their hearths. Each house is unique with 18th and 19th century furnishings, porcelain, silver, clothing, tools, & documents.
Introductory video “The Natchez Story”
Touring 3 Plantation Homes: 1. TBD 2. TBD 3. TBD
Lunch at the “Carriage House Restaurant” located on the grounds of Stanton Hall, nationally known for its buttered silver-dollar-sized biscuits and Southern fried chicken.
Dinner at Cotton Alley, a quaint restaurant that has been around for many years, located in downtown Natchez, MS.
An evening performance of the “Historic Natchez Tableaux” presented by over 200 local artists dressed in elaborate costumes recreating the history of old Mississippi.
An evening performance of “Southern Road to Freedom” a stirring tribute, sung by the Holy Family Gospel Choir, to the struggles and victory of the African-American experience in Natchez from the Colonial period to present day.
Accommodations: Comfort Inn & Suites overlooking the river where you can relax & get a glimpse of some of the Mighty Mississippi’s river vessels.
R/T via deluxe new wifi accessible motor coach. F/T group leader. Includes: 3 days/2 nights,
2 bkfsts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner, guided tour of 3 antebellum homes, and 2 evening theater shows.
Departs: 6:30 AM - United Methodist Church lot, 2061 Kentucky Ave., Vestavia Hills
COST: $545. per person double occupancy / Single: ADD $99.
$100. deposit due now to reserve a space. Balance due before Feb. 15
No refunds after final payment date. Trip insurance is available and recommended.
Celebration Tours, LLC, PO BOX 2217,
Alabaster, AL 35007
NOTE: We do not process credit cards