MANSION TOUR at “the Towers”
The Mansion Tours at “The Towers” are daily tours given in the mornings and early afternoon (on selected scheduled days), they garner rave reviews. Given by the owners themselves, tours are a little longer than an hour long. The collections rotate throughout the seasons and are extensive! On display are period furnishings by John Henry Belter, Alexander Roux, and J.J. Meeks along with so many others.
Sunday with Mimosas
Come and enjoy a Sunday tour at The Towers Mansion with Mimosas in hand. Once the tour is over guests will have exclusive access to our Gift Shop. Tour, drink, shop, and experience a one-of-a-kind experience!
DECORATIVE ARTS TOUR
Our Decorative Arts Tours at “The Towers” are special evening tours that are extremely unique and garner rave reviews. Given by the owners themselves, tours are an hour to an hour and a half long. The collections are many and varied including period furniture by John Henry Belter, Alexander Roux, and J.J. Meeks along with so many others.
Julep’s and Jazz at Ellicott Hall
Come and celebrate like we do in the South, with Julep’s and Live Jazz, Hors d’oeuvres and cash Bar also available. Reserve your spot today! Tickets are limited.
House on Ellicott Hill
Andrew Ellicott, under the direction of President George Washington, and in defiance of Spanish authorities, raised the American flag on this hill in 1797. Historians must see.
Mansion Tour – Auburn
Auburn is an antebellum mansion in Duncan Park in Natchez, Mississippi. It was designed and constructed by Levi Weeks in 1812 and was the first building to exhibit Greek Revival order in the town. Its prominent two-story Greek portico served as a model for the subsequent architectural development of local mansions.