Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours!

Hop on our red open-top buses and enjoy the views of the historic city of Natchez. City Sightseeing takes you to numerous bus stops to discover the city’s main attractions, while our highly-knowledgeable and fun staff keeps you updated on interesting facts about African-American history. The tour starts at the Natchez Visitor Centre. Hop off to visit Melrose Estate. Learn about the life of the slaves working on plantations at this 1400 m2 estate that remains unchanged and is now part of the Natchez National Historical Park.

Next up is Forks of the Road, the site where the second largest slave market used to be located. Head to Franklin Street to get a real taste of Southern cuisine and do some shopping! When you are done, hop back on and head to Saint Mary Cathedral, an architectural masterpiece!

Visit the NAPAC museum and discover the influence of the African-American culture, not only in Natchez but across the entire world. Be sure to check out Cherokee Antebellum Home, an elegant house perched high above the streets below; it’s one of the oldest structures in the garden district and it is well worth a visit.

And you cannot leave Natchez without a view of the banks of the Mississippi River! Hop off at the end of the tour and enjoy the views of this infamous river. Book your City Sightseeing ticket online today and start enjoying Natchez, Mississippi!

City Sightseeing Natchez– (601) 980-2439

  • Tours run Tuesday to Sunday, all year round
  • First tour: 10:00 a.m.
  • Last tour: 4:00 p.m. 
  • Duration: 50 minutes
  • Frequency: 45-60 minutes
  • English live guide

Summer Schedule:
Tuesday – Sunday
10am – 4pm
Adult: $28
Child (3-12): $10

Winter Schedule:
Tuesday – Saturday

Adults : $28

Seniors : $25

Children : $12

Lectures & Story telling

We host lectures and story telling to groups ,visitors, schools, churches, and the community at large.

Rental Space

Having a small function? Think about using our space in a historic setting . We can handle functions with up to 60  participants.

Book Signng

With the backdrop of hundreds of books by authors of all genres NAPAC MUSEUM offers to best setting for holding this type of event.



Tracy A. Collins

Rev’s Country Tours

Rev, as he is affectionately called, has dedicated his life to the Spititual and Social growth of his community.He serves on several boards and organizations.Youth are Rev’s primary focus. Pastor Collins is a bit eccentric and easily excited when it comes to talking about South West Mississippi and its rich history.

Contact Rev . at 601-807-5337

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