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100 Brooks Road, Holly Springs, MS, US, 38635

  • Phone: (662) 252-5444
  • Fax: (662) 252-2888
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»Terrace, The

This pioneer cottage is where the first baby is said to have been born in Holly Springs.

315 West Chulahoma
Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635

»Walter Place Estate, Cottages and Gardens

An architecturally unique combination of Gothic and Greek Revival styles, Walter Place was used by Union General Ulysses S. Grant and his family for their residence during the Civil War. Walter Place later became a hospital for victims of the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878. The restored English basement cottages are furnished with 18th and early 19th Century antiques. The gardens feature natural trails, fish ponds, waterfalls, and driving paths.

300 West Chulahoma Avenue
Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635


Dunvegan is an unusual English Basement style home filled with Regency and Empire antiques.

154 West Gholson Avenue
Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635

»White Pillars

One of the oldest homes in Holly Springs, White Pillars was built by Thomas Falconer, the local newspaper editor. This imposing two-story brick, white-columned structure was the site of tragedy in 1878 when all members of the family died in a yellow fever epidemic.

140 North Maury Street
Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635

»Linden Hill

Linden Hill, a Greek Revival home, is furnished with American Empire antiques. It may be toured during the Spring Pilgrimage or the Christmas Tour.

380 East Van Dorn Avenue
Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635

»Montrose & the Montrose Arboretum

This two-story columned Greek Revival home was built as a wedding present for the daughter of Alfred Brooks. It is now operated by the Holly Springs Garden Club as a house museum. The arboretum contains over 50 different specimens of trees native to the area. Montrose is open year round by appointment.

335 East Salem
Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635


Athenia is considered the finest example of Greek Revival architecture in Mississippi. It was here that homeowner Judge Clapp escaped capture during a Northern raid by hiding in a hollow Corinthian column.

Salem Avenue
Holly Springs, Mississippi

»Rust College

What was to eventually be known as Rust College was established by the Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Today the spacious campus is the site of many cultural events. The library is named for Leontyne Price, the famous Mississippi-born opera singer.

150 East Rust Avenue
Holly Springs, Mississippi 28635

»Crump Place

Built by Samuel McCorkle, a founder of Holly Springs, Crump Place is the boyhood home of E.H. "Boss" Crump, a legendary mayor of Memphis. During the Civil War, the home was used for officers' quarters.

Crump Street
Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635

»Cottrell Cemetery

Cottrell Cemetery is the final resting place of many famous local African-Americans. It is open daily.

North Boundary Street
Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635

»Hillcrest Cemetery

Hillcrest Cemetery is the final resting place of 13 Confederate generals and the first African-American elected to the U.S. Senate. Outstanding cast-iron and wrought-iron fencing merit a visit to this beautiful spot.

Elder Street
Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635

»Grey Gables

Now a private residence, this Greek Revival home features an eloquent seven by five arched porch with millwork spandrels.

390 College Street
Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635
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