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When to go to Natchez Spring Pilgramage or Christmas Break

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We are considering a 3 generations family trip to Natchez. Myself(the only male going-I haven't totally decided that I am going), 42, 40,19,11 and 70 year old grandma. The 70 year old gets around just ok, but not great.

I think I want to see Stanton, Dunleith, Monmoth, Rosalie, Longwood, and Magnolia.
I assume if I do these during the Pilgramage that I can by the individual tickets for the additional price.

Is it so crowded during the Pilgramage that it is harder to enjoy? Are we going to be standing in long lines? Do they decorate the homes at all during Christmas?

Also, I was considering Mammy's Cupboard, Natchez Coffee Co, and Carriage House Sunday Brunch for dining. We would probably be here 2 full days.

Basically, just trying to decide when to go. Probably leaning towards Spring Break Pilgramage.

Thanks for and info.

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