Anchuca Mansion

Anchuca, a Choctaw word meaning “happy home” is one of the most significant antebellum homes in Vicksburg. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this impressive example of Greek Revival style architecture represents the first of the columned mansions built in Vicksburg and most notable was the last home of wealthy planter Joseph E. Davis, brother of Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy.

Tour the antebellum house and gardens daily from 9:30 – 3:00 and experience an informative multi-media presentation in the reception area followed by a leisurely tour of grounds and main house . The presentation provides a perspective of the homes historic neighborhood, architectural significance, and the influential families that have called Anchuca home.

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Latitude: 32.362204 Longitude: -90.879967 Elevation: 67 ft
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Hours Open

9:30 - 3:00 daily

Time Period Represented

1830 - 1855

Seasons Open

Year round

Visitor Fees

$6.00 per person

Accessibility Notes

Sorry, not wheelchair accessible.

Pet Friendly Notes

Sorry, pets are not allowed in the main house.

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