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A Wonderful House with a Great Host

This is a great house you do not want to miss. Have you been visiting a lot of homes and this one... read more

Reviewed 18 July 2016
Jasbris7777
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Arlington, Tennessee
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Great historic home

If you like to tour historic homes, don't miss the Martha Vick house, built in 1830 by the daughter... read more

Reviewed 20 October 2015
empressoftheuniverse
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Corydon, Iowa
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17 Jul 2016
“A Wonderful House with a Great Host”
19 Oct 2015
“Great historic home”
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Reviewed 18 July 2016 via mobile

This is a great house you do not want to miss. Have you been visiting a lot of homes and this one appears to be closed? You need to call 601-831-7007 and make an appointment to see the home. The tour is given by the...More

5  Thank Jasbris7777
Reviewed 20 October 2015

If you like to tour historic homes, don't miss the Martha Vick house, built in 1830 by the daughter of the founder of Vicksburg. Bill Longfellow has owned the house since the early 80's, and has done extensive restoration. He gives an entertaining and informative...More

1  Thank empressoftheuniverse
Reviewed 16 June 2014

Bill does a wonderful job. Don't hesitate to book this trip:) Great food, fun and friendship. Lots to do and see in Vicksburg.

1  Thank TRAVELINGDINERS
Reviewed 4 May 2014

Do call ahead. The owner may be at a wedding. If you just show up and ring the bell, you may very well not be in luck. During a loving restoration many of the home's original pieces were returned to the walls; they belonged no...More

Thank MissPriss234
Reviewed 12 December 2012

Owner Bill Longfellow gives tours of this very historic house, former home to members of the Vick family for whom Vicksburg is named. The house is chock-a-block full of spectacular antiques, and the tours are fascinating for anyone with so much as a passing interest...More

4  Thank Olgrumbler
Reviewed 28 October 2012

We saw this house listed in the Vicksburg visitor information booklet and called the owner about a tour. The tour is $10 per person and lasts about 45 minutes. We enjoyed the owner's stories about the house and furnishings and Vicksburg history. Take the opportunity...More

4  Thank TravelIntl
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