Daily Tours

St. Catherine Street Tour

10:00 AM 

Every Tuesday- Saturday


"The wealth, the rich background, and the intelligence of the Natchez Negro leaders have made Natchez the cultural center of the state... St. Catherine Street, however, may be to be the focal point.... 


Mississippi, A Guide to the Old Magnolia State 1938


The Saint Catherine Street Tour is an up close and informative tour of what we sometimes refer as the "Black Wall Street of Mississippi.” Tours are conducted by the Miss Lou Heritage Group & Tours

Prices: $20 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & Under) 

TOUR IS 55-60 MINUTES

Natchez Civil Rights Tour

2:30 PM

 Every Tuesday-Saturday 


During the 1960’s Civil Rights Movement, many black Mississippians fought, struggled, and died for freedom, justice, and racial equality. The African Americans of Natchez were no different. 

The Natchez Civil Rights Tour is a five stop riding tour conducted by the Miss Lou Heritage Group and Tours on the events of the 1960's Civil  Rights Movement. 

Come and learn how African Americans achieved equality and respect during trying times of the Civil Rights Movement in Natchez.  

 Prices: $20 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & Under)  

 TOUR IS 55-60 MINUTES 

Natchez Blues Tour

4:00 PM 

Every Tuesday-Saturday

  

From enslaved African musicians who entertained their masters and guests in the lavish mansions to the burning of the Rhythm Night Club to the music YZ Ealey. Music in Natchez has always played an integral role in its heritage and culture. The Natchez Blues Tour is a multiple stop tour in the city of Natchez conducted by The Miss Lou Heritage Group & Tours on the history and culture of the Natchez Blues or "Bluff City Blues."  

 Prices: $20 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & Under)  

 TOUR IS 55-60 MINUTES 

OUR MOST POPULAR TOUR

Natchez Heritage Tour

1:00 PM 

Every Tuesday- Saturday


The Natchez Heritage Tour is a 3 stop tour conducted by the Miss Lou Heritage Group and Tours of consisting of:


The Forks of the Road Slave Market 

 The 2nd Largest Slave Market in the Deep South. Learn where "Buy More Negroes To Raise More Cotton, To Buy More Negroes," became the motto for area planters in the region. of the history and plight of enslaved African people sold at the Forks of the Road Slave Market.

  

The Natchez Museum of African American History & Culture

  The Natchez Museum of African American History & Culture offers exhibits covering the entire range of the African American story in Natchez, as well as offering meeting space and special tours. The Natchez Association for the Presevation of Afro-American Culture was founded in 1990 to gather artifacts that tell the stories relating to the African American experience in the Natchez area. After severe storm damage to the first museum space on Market Street, the group moved into 1905 old U.S. Post Office building on Main Street. An exhibit hall dedicated to Richard Wright is now recognized as a National Literary Landmark. Tour given by: Darrell White of The Natchez Museum of African American History and Culture or Jeremy Houston of the Miss Lou Heritage Group & Tours    


The Watkins Street Cemetery

 Established in 1909 as the Natchez Colored Cemetery. The cemetery is the site of the mass burial site of the Rhythm Club Fire of 1940 and prominent Natchez educator Susie B West. 


 Prices: $20 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & Under)  

 TOUR IS 90  MINUTES 

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Heritage Experience & Tour Packages

NATCHEZ HERITAGE TOUR & TASTING

 

The Natchez Heritage Tour & Tasting is a 3 stop tour and cooking demonstration history, culture, and food of African Americans. Tour and cooking demonstration are conducted by the Miss Lou Heritage Group and Tours and the Natchez Heritage School Of Cooking.

Location: 199 Saint Catherine Street |Natchez MS 39120


 Prices: $30 Adults / $15 Youth (12 & Under)  


For more info contact: 

(601)597-2112 or (601)807-1008

HERITAGE CHURCH EXPERIENCE

 

Natchez is the home to some the most historic and profound African American churches in the deep south. Enjoy a day of history, hymns, and heritage of five historically black churches in Natchez, with the Miss Lou Heritage Group & Tours. Refreshments included. 


Location: 199 Saint Catherine Street |Natchez MS 39120


 Prices: $30 Adults / $15 Youth (12 & Under) 


For more info contact: 

(601)597-2112 or 601-334-4486

ISABELLA & THE PRINCE

 

Take a glimpse back in time to the lives of Isabella and Prince Abdulrahman Ibrahim Ibn Sori, who were enslaved for nearly forty years in Adams County, Mississippi. Come and watch the story of how two individuals’ love and dedication to one another gained their freedom.  Isabella and Prince Abdulrahman Ibrahim are portrayed by Mrs. Shabilla Adams-Minor and Mr. Randy Minor. 

Isabella and The Prince is 40 Minute reenactment with a Question and answer period.

Prices: $15 Adults / $7 Youth (12 & Under)


For more info contact:

601-597-2112 or 601-334-4486