Reviews of William Johnson House (Tourist Attraction)

210 State St, Natchez, MS 39120, United States

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REVIEWS OF William Johnson House IN Mississippi

Lee Nega

Douglas Bowen

Good historical place

David Taylor

jene robinson

Very interesting history about a unique individual. Go!

Branion Woody

I honestly don’t know why this place isn’t at least4.5 stars. It’s five in my book. Free self guided tour. It was such a enjoyable experience. So much information along with neat artifacts tied to the site. So much eye opening history. Definitely worth a stop! Ranger was also very helpful

Tara Hopkins

Very informative museum of William Johnson and the home. I am so glad I took the time to tour it. It's free but you can leave a donation in the box

R Wobbly

Free and very interesting.

Sheila Terrell

Betty L.

Very interesting history. Nicely preserved.

Marcus Moore

Must come back from Jackson Mississippi enjoyed everything the host was cool gave us some literature to read

Yolanda Fleming

Welcome to bed and breakfast enjoy your stay

Nicholas Moran

The William Johnson house was a interesting museum. It was free and well kept. There is a upstairs component that allows you to see how he lived. Very interesting. Will take about 30 minutes to a house to go through the museum.

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Tom Foresman

This is an important part of history. Was owned by "The Barber of Natchez", a pre-civil war free black man. He owned several successful businesses. I worked there during the restoration.

Mitchel Constantin

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Nicholas Jasmine

History of a slave owner

Amy Fountain

Very cool. I recommend a visit.


We always make a visit here without fail. So glad his family has shared the letters Mr. Johnson wrote with the public.

Roy Woodson

Randy Minor

The tour was interesting

David Elliott


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