Most of the homes around Natchez, MS, last tour is a 4:30 p.m. So, what do you do after you walk around downtown and view the Mississippi River? Yes, you go to the cemetery.
The Historic Natchez Cemetery was established in 1822 high on the bluff overlooking the Mississippi River.
I do not have any known relative or friend buried here. But, there is a lot of history on these grounds.
What do I remember about Rosalie? It is located in Natchez and overlooks the Mississippi River. The walk around Rosalie was beautiful; tree lined paths and flowering plants. The original owners built it on the property that once held Fort Rosalie and decided to keep the name.
I remember most the gardener putting down mulch and playing with the sundial. The gardens were beautiful.
I have driven through Natchez, Mississippi many times while heading to North Louisiana. Mostly, stopping at the McDonalds for a quick break. I always loved the tree lined view on John R. Junkin drive, and wanted to see more of the city.
Natchez, is located on the East side of the Mississippi River. Vidalia, Louisiana is directly across the river on the west side.
Selecting pictures to add in the blog post was difficult, because Natchez is a beautiful city with a lot of history.
I could have spent the entire day, looking over the Mississippi River. If you never have seen the Mississippi River in the Southern States, it is an amazing site.
This is a newer building overlooking the Mississippi. I share it because the famous restaurant, Cock of the Walk, was located.
Even their Court House is a vision.
In other blog posts, I will cover some of the places I visited while staying in Natchez, MS.