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tommie rush wrote a review Oct 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri
A civil war mansion that was spared by the Union! Decked out with period furniture, and furnishings (only one piece of furniture survived) its worth the trip. A lot of history in this mansion.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Beckysangels wrote a review Dec 2019
It was 10 dollars a piece to walk through both houses which is not worth the price. I can see paying 10 for a group, exspecially when nobody was given the tour . There was only 3 person in our group and 1 toddler. We were very disappointed with price and no tour...
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Date of experience: December 2019
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echealthnet wrote a review Aug 2019
Meridian, Mississippi
The house is in good shape with alot of history. they have a Christmas event that every one needs to see. If you in Meridian during the month of December it should be on your list of things to do.... This is one we visit every year....
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Date of experience: December 2018
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gainescrawford wrote a review Jan 2019
Meridian, Mississippi
The picture shown above is part of the Merrehope experience, but it is actually the FW Williams home that sits next to Merrehope. If you can come in December you get the Trees of Christmas, which is a highlight of site. Not a great neighborhood.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Steve H wrote a review Dec 2018
Visited on the last day of the Christmas tree exhibit. You can feel the history in these houses. The Merrehope is an antebellum home while the other is of a Victorian style. The other house is in really rough shape on the outside, but is really cool on the inside. The trees were beautiful and indicate a deep connection between these houses and the community of Meridian. Hopefully, these houses will be around for years to come to allow for future generations to get a taste of a long forgotten culture.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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