More Things To Do in Vicksburg
McRaven Tour Home
Hear the fascinating and sometimes eerie stories
about the people who once called McRaven home.
National Geographic Magazine has called it the "Time
Capsule of the South." Explore the architecture of
three different periods: Frontier (1797), Empire
(1836), and Greek Revival (1849). Follow #McRaven on
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Tours are offered daily: Monday-Saturday from
10:00am and the last tour begins at 4:30pm, on
Sunday the first tour begins at 1:00pm and the last
tour is offered at 4:30pm. Tours begin every half
hour. Haunted Tours are offered every Friday,
Saturday, and Sunday night at 7:00 p.m.
and 8:30 p.m.
Tours with Morgan Gates
Haunted Vicksburg Ghost Walk
Come take a walk on the
dark side with Haunted Vicksburg’s Ghost Walk! A
twelve-block, 90-minute stroll through Vicksburg’s
oldest and most haunted neighborhood. The Trail of
Tears, antebellum duels, yellow fever epidemics, and
a 47-day siege have left old Vicksburg with quite a
legacy of “unfinished business” and restless
spirits. Tours are Fridays and Saturdays (Mar – Nov)
at 8 p.m. We ask that guests arrive by 7:45 p.m.
Haunted Venues Tour
Vicksburg has so many
great ghost stories that we couldn’t fit them into
one tour. The Haunted Venues Tour is a 10-mile,
90-minute tour where we visit four more of
Vicksburg’s haunted neighborhoods. We later learn of a young
man who had an early appointment with death,
about a vanishing steamboat, and more. Tours are
Monday-Thursday at 8 p.m.
We ask that guests arrive by 7:45 p.m.
Main Street Market Cafe
Lunch is offered Monday - Friday, 11:00 a.m.
- 2:00 pm. "Simply Southern, Creatively Cajun."
Menu changes daily and seasonally guaranteeing
all freshly prepared dishes. Offers hot lunch
specials, sandwiches, homemade soups, and crisp
garden salads. All come with Betty's delightful
biscuits. Outdoor dining available.