Stanton Hall, Natchez
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Take a walking tour of Stanton Hall, a lavish Greek Revival-style mansion of a cotton merchant. The house served as a family home, housed Union troops of the Civil War, and was used as Stanton College for Young Ladies. Built in 1858, the home contained marble mantelpieces imported from New York and massive French mirrors and chandeliers. Today, you can view it in its nearly original appearance. It was restored in 1938 and has been maintained ever since. This house served as the design for Disneyland's Haunted Mansion. Plan to see Stanton Hall and other attractions that appeal to you using our Natchez itinerary planner.
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Guided tours every half hour by very knowledgable staff who clearly love this house and city. All rooms on ground and first floor are visited. It was interesting but. Bit on the expensive side at $20 ... read more »
Our tour guide presented a thorough and historical history of this well preserved mansion! We were given ample opportunity to ask questions and browse through the rooms that were available to see.
Lovely home with massive chandeliers, ornately carved furniture, elaborate window treatments, and gold accents. Of the 5 antebellum homes I toured, this one's history and decor was the most traditiona... read more »
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