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Toured Home as part of a Christmas in Natchez Trip. Really enjoyed the tour guides. Very good considering they are all volunteers.Most unique staircase. Can take inside photos which in not allowed in most Natchez's homes.
This is the second time I’ve been to Auburn and it is an amazing house! The history is fascinating and the helix staircase is stunning, truly beautiful in its construction! Highly recommend visiting here!
Fall Pilgrimage is when we visited this beautiful home. It is a gem off he beaten path which you should visit if you like antebellum homes and gardens. The tour guide was outstanding. The furnishings and decor of the home is remarkable. One eye catching...More
I'm sorry to say that I don't remember the gentleman who guided us though Auburn, but he was excellent. He took time to answer all our questions and really made us understand the home and the people who lived there. A beautiful house with many...More
Beautiful yet embracing early mansion with many stories to tell. Original furnishings and possessions are finding their way back to the home from descendents of some of the original owners and the caring community. The docents were extremely knowledgeable and really brought the place to...More
Please support the valiant effort of local Natchez ladies in their attempt to maintain this earliest of the ante-bellum homes. Built in 1812 by a man who came down from Pennsylvania and married a southern woman, Auburn was the first great house in the area....More
The Auburn house is actually located next to Duncan park, we missed the driveway the first time and doubled back and found it. The husband and wife tour guides were gems - so many stories and history in this house. This is one of the...More