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I would go there again for a visit for they are very accommodating to people who want to find records of their family. The building was of special importance to me because my husbands great great grandfather was the probate judge of Port Gibson Mississippi....More
See the Windsor Ruins and the Port Gibson Military Park. An afternoon of interesting stuff to do for only $4!
Port Gibson Military Park has many outbuildings and interesting artifacts. Climb the observation tower, the view is worth it!
Then drive out to Windsor ruins....More
If in the area, stop by and spend some time exploring this charming little town. Port Gibson played a huge roll in the Vicksburg Campaign itself and Grant said the town was “to beautiful to burn.” Enjoy stopping at some local shoes and have lunch...More
We made a point of getting off the Trace to visit Port Gibson after reading that Grant had called the town "too beautiful to burn". Sadly there is not much left to recommend the town. You can see the shadows of what must have once...More
Natchez Trace was amazing, but getting off in Port Gibson was a mistake. Had to pee on the side of the road. There are no bathrooms from Port Gibson to Vicksburg. Scary town. Hate to see all the old homes ruined and now in bad...More
After touring the Windsor Ruins I was expecting Port Gibson to be another charming antebellum town like Natchez & Vicksburg. I was wrong. I drove through the shabby center of town with its abandoned store fronts looking for signs of life & found none. Not...More
Some treasures - lots of preservation work to be done. Some nice Greek Revival houses, cast iron fences, and a remarkable synagogue - Moorish influences and a 1891 shingle style church, take a quick walk though historic courthouse it had nice restoration