Welcome to The McNutt
House Suites & Tour Home Circa 1826, 1832
The McNutt House (circa 1826) is among the oldest homes in Vicksburg, offering guest rooms, suites with a kitchen, and venues for banquets, receptions, rehearsal dinners, and parties of all kinds. The lovely tranquil terraced courtyard with a large deck overlooking the gardens and patios is an ideal setting for relaxing after a long day or as a venue for a garden wedding, significant social, company picnic, reunion, and other events. Wireless internet, Streaming TV (Roku), and access to laundry facilities are but a few of the amenities.
No place in Vicksburg is complete without a benevolent resident spirit, and the McNutt House is no exception. The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and State and County landmark designations. Maggie (our little girl ghost) is known to play with small children in the courtyard and has been the subject of an episode on "My Ghost Story" in addition to local newspapers articles and TV segments. Enjoy an informative guided tour interlaced with history and humor lasting approximately 1-hour while visiting Vicksburg.
Tour rates: $5 per person, minimum $15.00 -
About the McNutt House
Built-in 1826, the McNutt House is among the very oldest antebellum homes in Vicksburg, conveniently located in the Historic Downtown District just minutes from the National Military Park and in walking distance to the Old Courthouse Museum, the new Railroad Museum, and Lower Mississippi River Museum, other antebellum homes, riverfront, numerous eateries, city events, and entertainment. Alexander Gallatin McNutt (Mississippi's 12th Governor) purchased the house in 1829 and added the rear wing in 1832. He and his wife (Betsy) lived in the house during his terms in the State Senate leading up to his election as Governor. McNutt was considered one of the great speakers during the period and a strong proponent for banking reform. The main floor contains beautiful original coal-burning fireplaces and historically significant antique family furnishings and curios. McNutt's 2nd floor living quarters and guest bedroom now accommodate guests as Suites with well-equipped kitchens, each with a private bath. See the Suites page for views, amenities, and rates.
About the Magill House
The Magill House is situated at the courtyard base and named our permanent guest Lt. David Weeks Magill, a wealthy 21-year-old Louisiana plantation owner, and Confederate Artillery Officer. They perished on June 4, 1863, on-site during the Siege of Vicksburg. His is the only known Confederate soldier's grave outside of the Confederate Cemetery in Vicksburg. A front porch spans the length of the building facing a large patio and our lovely courtyard. The house contains 3 Guest Rooms (two with kitchenettes), each with a private bath. A common area at the center of the building is available for guest use containing a fully equipped kitchen and adjoining complimentary laundry room. See the Suites page for views, amenities, and rates.
About the Venues
The McNutt House is pleased to extend its facilities for your venue needs. Maggie's Hall accommodates smaller events to include business meetings, parties, and receptions. The Courtyard is the property's centerpiece featuring one of the area's oldest Japanese Magnolia trees, and a Crape Myrtle tree believed to predate the Civil War decks. Patios and lovely terraced gardens make a perfect setting for an intimate garden wedding, significant social event, family or class reunion, retreat, or picnic. We impose minimal restrictions on caterers and vendors used. View the Venues page for additional details.
- We honor Corporate, Government Per Diem, and PCS allowance rates.
- Standard daily rates: $50 - $135 per night, including weekends.
- Discounted rates are available for extended stays.
- We accept most major credit cards.
We are convinced we offer Vicksburg the best temporary lodging value and encourage you to compare our amenities and rates with local hotels. Please take a moment to read our reviews from previous guests to see what they have said about their stay.