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Architectural beauty for all to behold. Please take a chance on this place. No you will not be attacked or robbed. Yes, this is an older section of town but you are missing out if you don't go. Beautiful columns and a hanging 2nd floor...More
We toured both the homes located on the site for $10 per person ($2 disc for sr citizens.) It is a guided tour with lots of information on the origins of the house and the history on its ownership! Beautiful craftsmanship throughout both homes and...More
Stopped in last Spring. The house is locked even during business hours; you must ring the doorbell. Admission charge is modest.
The big antebellum white house is Merrihope. It is most fully renovated, and is exceptionally nice. It was on the site originally. The docent...More
Enjoyed looking through these two homes, both are in need of restoration. The lady that took us through was very helpful, It was very inexpensive to look at both homes that the White one was the only home left not burnt to the ground with...More
Stopped here with our bus group on our way back from New Orleans. This mansion is actually found in a neighborhood that was just common or seemed poor area. It was beautifully decorated and there was an old house behind it that we toured as...More
Found this house due to an Internet search on Mississippi Historic homes. Called to check on hours and spoke to a wonderful docent. Told her we were on the road coming to Merrehope for a visit. She planned on staying late to accommodate our group...More
This beautiful antebellum home is very well worth a visit. It is beautifully furnished and presented by outstanding tour guides. The original house started as a humble house that was continually added onto over the years. The antebellum beauty of this house is unusual and...More
My Husband and I were on our way back to Texas and taking an extra day so we could stop and see some of the places we missed on our way to Myrtle Beach. When we stopped at the Mississippi Visitor Center the man there...More
I'm not local, but I've lived in Meridian for 3 years and have helped set up displays at Merrehope during the holiday season. Beautiful home and wonderful folks who help preserve it, but in a very, very dangerous part of town. It's a shame because...More
This home is advertised as one of two homes that was not destroyed when Meridian was burned by the Union during the Civil War. Actually, only the original 3-room cottage was standing at that time, so the mansion you see now is not Antebellum. The...More