Rev's Country Tours

The Historic Sites of Adams, Jefferson, and Claiborne Counties

Natchez lives and breathes history. Discover its colorful history: from Saloons and Gamblers to brothels and the Ornate Homes of the Natchez elite. Experience spectacular views of the river from the Natchez Bluff. Visit a haunted house and browse the headstones at the Cemetery, under the watchful eye of the Turning Angel. 


Or branch out into the surrounding counties as we meander down old country gravel roads, discovering a few of Mississippi's iconic historical sites. From Indian Mounds, swamps, and antebellum homes, to a ghost town and Civil War battle sites. Along the way, we'll head over to Alcorn State University, the Windsor Ruins, and the Low Water Bridge. And be sure to save your appetite for the legendary fried chicken at the Old Country Store!


Local Natchez Area 

1.5 hours +

  • History from 1716 - Present

  • Grand Village of the Natchez Indians

  • Local economy & politics: then and now

  • Historic Homes & Neighborhoods

  • "Forks of the Road" former Slave Market

  • Reconstruction & Jim Crow

  • Church Architecture

  • Oldest Building (Haunted)

  • Mississippi Madame: Nellie's Brothel

  • Iconic panoramic view of the river

  • Natchez City Cemetery

  • Natchez Under the Hill


Country Tour
4 Hours +

  • Emerald Mound

  • Nolan Hill Plantation and
    Low Water Bridge

  • Laurel Hill Plantation

  • History: Zachary Taylor Story

  • The Ghost Town of Rodney

  • Battle of the USS Rattler

  • Mississippi Swamp

  • Oakland College / Alcorn State U. 

  • Windsor Ruins

  • Cane Mount Plantation House (Optional)

  • Lunch at the Old Country Store