Natchez travel guide

Natchez Tourism | Natchez Guide

You're Going to Love Natchez

Centuries of history live in Natchez, including hundreds of Antebellum mansions - most of them in pristine condition - along with museums and monuments of Native American and African American history. It's a small city with a big heart, sitting on the highest bluff along the Mississippi River in a beautiful location made for nature lovers. Explore the Old, Old South, including the culture that gave birth to the blues.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Natchez

When to Visit Natchez

Estimated hotel price

Natchez in {1}

1 night at 3-star hotel
Prices are not fixed and may vary with time

With a subtropical climate, Natchez is a year-round destination where temperatures range from about 60 degrees from December to February, to between 85 and 92 degrees during the summer from May to October.

Average temperatures
Celsius (°C)
When the weather is nice in Natchez

How to Get to Natchez

Airlines serving Natchez

Good (69,004 reviews)
Good (47,092 reviews)
Good (28,176 reviews)
Good (30,313 reviews)
Good (3,753 reviews)
Good (4,289 reviews)
Good (23,206 reviews)
Good (6,037 reviews)
Show more

Where to Stay in Natchez

Stay inside a restored Antebellum mansion at the Dunleith Historic Inn, with period furnishings, a garden courtyard, and in-house restaurant. You'll enjoy modern, Southern-style comforts at the Magnolia Bluffs Casino Hotel, with the gaming tables to keep you entertained.

Popular Neighborhoods in Natchez

Where to stay in popular areas of Natchez

Most booked hotels in Natchez

How to Get Around Natchez

The Cost of Living in Natchez

Shopping Streets

You'll find a scene of small shops and boutiques in the downtown area. On the second Saturday of each month, the Second Saturday celebrations include extended store hours, music, entertainment and more.

Groceries and Other

Smoot's Grocery and the Uptown Grocery and Deli are located in the city center, with a Walmart Supercenter near highway 61. A gallon of milk costs about $3.50 and a dozen eggs approximately $3.

Where to Eat in Natchez

Dine on Cajun, Creole, and American favorites in the charms of yesteryear at Restaurant 1818, located in the Monmouth Historic Inn. Main dishes start at $20. The Cotton Alley Café offers contemporary takes on American, Cajun, and Creole cuisine, with mains starting at $14.

Other popular cities in Mississippi