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Auburn Museum & Historic Home

400 Duncan Avenue, Natchez, MS 39120
+1 601-442-5981
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As people mentioned, One of the oldest mansions in Natchez

I originally visited this house due to the freestanding spiral staircase and am glad I did because... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2017
Em B
One of Natchez' oldest landmarks

While most of the storied mansions in Natchez were built in the 1850s, during the reign of the... read more

Reviewed 16 July 2017
Taylor B
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400 Duncan Avenue, Natchez, MS 39120
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Reviewed 17 August 2017

I originally visited this house due to the freestanding spiral staircase and am glad I did because of the overall tour. The furnishings of the house are not all original and are not necessarily in the same place that they would have been when the...More

Thank Em B
Reviewed 16 July 2017

While most of the storied mansions in Natchez were built in the 1850s, during the reign of the cotton kings, in the decade prior to the Civil War, Auburn was designed and constructed by architect Levin Weeks in 1812 and was the first building to...More

Thank Taylor B
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

This is one of the oldest homes in Natchez and has a beautiful spiral staircase. The house is undergoing a slow and much needed restoration. It is leased by one of the garden clubs. We had 2 tour guides...one for part of downstairs and one...More

Thank 17scarlet
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

This visit to Natchez was my first time to tour the Auburn home. The most memorable thing to me is the free-standing spiral staircase. This home is one of the first grand homes designed and built in Natchez in the early 1800s. I would recommend...More

Thank Anita D
Reviewed 2 June 2017

Great house. Great tour. Must see when in Natchez. Loved the history of this house, so glad they are getting the money they deserve to help fix up areas needed.

Thank Sue G
Reviewed 26 May 2017

Auburn is one of the more interesting homes we have visited because of its history. It's been badly neglected by the City of Natchez for many years, but there are people who are working to keep it up. We enjoyed our guided tour. We could...More

2  Thank Bioboy48
Reviewed 18 April 2017

Toured while on the pilgrimage. Well worth the time spent in the museum, and will be back next time we are in Natchez.

Thank kristen l
Reviewed 11 April 2017

A fine early example of the southern antebellum home with a great group of foundation members who look after it. Includes several of the origional out buildings, and a nice collection of interior furnishings. The main staircase is an architecturall treasure in design and woodworking....More

Thank wenbar
Reviewed 19 January 2017

The outside of the home needs to be restored. The paint is peeling but the guide told us they just got a grant and they will be able to restore the outside. The guides were the friendliest we encountered out of all the homes we...More

2  Thank Gayle J
Reviewed 22 December 2016

Pretty house, nice tour guide. Worth seeing the spiral stairs. No original furnishings, but pretty things.

Thank pegj0
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