Primrose (c. 1850)

The home is a two-story hip roof frame residence; two-tiered verandah with bracketed and chamfered columns, cornice brackets, scalloped frieze molding. This private residence is one of the many examples Columbus’ impeccably maintained and preserved historic homes, and has been featured in our annual Spring Pilgrimage.

George A. Hazard Home (c.1859)

This Classic Italianate cottage is a one-story frame that features a Tuscan-columned portico and a hip-roof side. It has been in the Hazard family since the 1930s. This private residence is one of the many examples Columbus’ impeccably maintained and preserved historic homes, and has been featured in our annual Spring Pilgrimage.

Baskerville Manor (c.1860)

An Italianate townhouse, Baskerville Manor delights the visitor’s eye with an asymmetrical arrangement of lines and shapes, brick walls, a symmetrical tower on the side, and a plethora of porches. This home features the only standing coach house in Lowndes County.

Tennessee Williams Home & Welcome Center

Make your first stop in Columbus the Tennessee Williams Home & Welcome Center. Here you’ll be greeted by one of our friendly and knowledgeable Travel Counselors, who are ready to help make the most of your trip. While you’re here, enjoy a tour ($5 per person) of the first home of legendary playwright Tennessee Williams, … Continued

Whitehall (c. 1843)

Built in 1843 by James Walton Harris, Whitehall was originally designed as a two-story Greek Revival townhouse. The stately mansion exhibits six square, paneled columns at the edge of a wooden porch. The banisters bordering the porch consist of identically-milled hardwood balusters. Inside the home, heart-pine floors and handsome woodwork provide the background for the … Continued

Stephen D. Lee Home & Museum (c. 1847)

Once the home of CSA Gen. Stephen D. Lee, the home was restored in 1960 by the Historical Society and the Society for Preservation of Antiques. It is now houses the Florence McLeod Hazard Museum exhibiting Civil War collections and artifacts. It is featured in Columbus’ Annual Spring Pilgrimage. During the remainder of the year, … Continued

Amzi Love (c.1848)

The Amzi Love Home is a popular Pilgrimage tour home in the spring when the azaleas and wisteria are in bloom, but the home is open for tours year-round. The house is intact with original furnishings from 1848 when the house was built. Mr. Sid Caradine, owner and curator, is the seventh generation of his … Continued

Waverley Plantation Mansion (c. 1852)

Waverley Plantation Mansion exemplifies Southern elegance and beauty. The antebellum home showcases a octagonal shaped cupola to its self-supporting curved stairways, making Waverley one of the most photographed and unique antebellum homes in the South. The home has graced the covers of prestigious national and international publications. The home was also featured on the A&E television … Continued

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