George Washington Ball House (circa 1822)
A frontier home built in 1822 before Vicksburg was incorporated. Located in the oldest neighborhood in Vicksburg, the home was unrecognizable, obscured by additions and neglect, and its history untold for nearly a century until it was fully restored in 2004. The house is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Accepting groups of 6 or more by appointment.
Visa, MC and checks are accepted.
Anchuca Historic Mansion
This antebellum mansion was originally constructed in the late 1820s, but was later upgraded with Greek revival styling in the late 1840s by wealthy Vicksburg residents, Jane and Victor Wilson. Anchuca’s visitors are treated to plantation breakfasts each day.