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218 John R Junkin Drive, Natchez, Mississippi, 39120, United States
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Forum Posts

Is The Wharf still open?

by llobren

My husband & I ate at The Wharf, in 1992, during a return home mission trip to hurricane Andrew. We have often talk about this night and how much we enjoyed the atmosphere there. We were wondering if The Wharf was still opened, since we heard casinos were down Under The Hill now.
So I guess my question is this, Are you opened. We are planning a trip to that area for our 35th wedding anniversary.
Just wondering,
Lloyd & Brenda Watkins

Re: Is The Wharf still open?

by counsel14

All the businesses downtown have reopened. I'm not sure about the wharf. You can contact the Natchez chamber and ask them about specific businesses.

www.natchezms.com

Re: Is The Wharf still open?

by hannahld

The Wharf has actually been closed for quite some time now. The only things that are open Under the Hill are Magnolia Bar and Grill, Under the Hill Saloon, and the Casino. The Magnolia Bar and Grill is really good though. You should some by the visitors center before you decide what to do.

Travel Tips for Natchez

PLANTATIONS ON THE MISSISSIPPI

by RACCOON1

If you visit New Orleans consider taking a day trip to Natchez.

In the plantation era ( pre Civil War) plantation owners built houses ( town houses) in Natchez to serve as a place to party . There was nothing to do on the plantations.

Some of these townhouses are open to the public. On your way back to New Orleans stop at some of the plantations along the Mississippi.

The houses are open on various days and various hours. There is no pattern so you can only visit what is available..

From the Halls of Montezuma ....

by Stephen-KarenConn

All of my life I've heard, and have even sung, the United States Marine Hymn, which begins with the line: "From the Halls of Montezuma ...." But until I visited Natchez, and toured Monmouth Plantation, I did not know the story behind those words.

Hanging in the study at Monmouth is this picture from the American-Mexican War. Conquering United States soldiers, whose rallying cry had been "Remember the Alamo!" are seen marching into Mexico City. On the morning of April 14, 1847, Major General John Quitman of Mississippi - the Master of Monmouth Plantation - formed his battle-scarred troops into a line before the Grand Plaza in the Mexican capitol. Limping along with just one shoe, Quitman led his Marines triumphantly through the Halls of Montezuma.

The soldiers hoisted a tattered American flag over the defeated Mexican General Santa Anna's palace while the Marine Band played the Star Spangled Banner. The men presented arms; the officers saluted. This was the first and only time that the American flag - alone - has been raised over the capitol of a conquered enemy country.

U.S. Marine Corps Hymn

From the Halls of Montezuma
To the Shores of Tripoli;
We fight our country's battles
In the air, on land and sea;
First to fight for right and freedom
And to keep our honor clean;
We are proud to claim the title
of United States Marine.

Our flag's unfurled to every breeze
From dawn to setting sun;
We have fought in ev'ry clime and place
Where we could take a gun;
In the snow of far-off Northern lands
And in sunny tropic scenes;
You will find us always on the job--
The United States Marines.

Here's health to you and to our Corps
Which we are proud to serve
In many a strife we've fought for life
And never lost our nerve;
If the Army and the Navy
Ever look on Heaven's scenes;
They will find the streets are guarded
By United States Marines.

natchez trace

by doug48

the natchez trace is a scenic 444 mile parkway that begins near nashville tennessee and terminates in natchez. the trace was originally a native american trail and later was used by white explorers and slave traders. along the trace are numerous native american mounds and sites. if you are not in a hurry this is a beautiful and historic road to take through central mississippi.

Forks of the Road

by leafmcgowan

Located one mile east of downtown Natchez at the junction of Liberty Road, St. Catherine Street, and D'evereux Drive (Hwy 61). The site is nothing more than a empty field behind a curch with a series of Mississippi Department of Archives and History historical markers established by the Natchez Juneteenth Committee. Its more or less a history lesson stop and a place to reflect on the lives of thousands of enslaved people who were traded, bought, and sold from 1830's until 1863.

Walking tour: Trinity Episcopal Church

by tompt

The Trinity Episcopal Church is the oldest church building still standing in downtown Natchez. It was constructed in 1822. A remodeling in 1838 changed the exterior to its present Greek Revival appearance. The beautiful interior includes two rare art-glass windows designed and installed by the famous Louis Comfort Tiffany.

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