We went to see Angels on the Bluff! It's a must see for those interested in History. This was our third trip and we enjoyed it as much as we did the first two! We will go again!
Cemetery a must see,did it in two days and walked every grave,full of mysterys and stories and things that are not even in the tour guides.we played find the oldest grave...last count 1761. We also biked all of the trails,hills and roads,a must do for a different perspective on this neat little town.bluff top inn is a must stay,Neil was... More
Several tombs in the 1700s to 1800s So many were so young...be sure to walk down the walk way to the bench, sit down and rest and look at the river view..........And the huge mother-in-law plant...........
This historical cemetery offers a glimpse of the history of Natchez. Many beautiful ornate fences and history written on many stones. Call ahead if you must look at records...they are open only part time at best. The grounds are well maintained. Warning: the streets are narrow and you cannot drive a camper or extremely large vehicle through there. It is... More
I hate we waited until the last hours of our trip to tour the cemetery. So many lovely statues, markers and iron work! 30 minutes wasn't near long enough. Our next trip will devote at least a half day to this landmark.
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