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Afternoon Tours: SATURDAY, APRIL 22

April 22 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm


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Afternoon Tours 2 – 5 pm 

Price: $40 adult; $30 student

Amzi Love

305 7th St S
Circa 1848

An Italianate structure with Gothic and Greek Revival features, Amzi Love is the only home on tour that has remained in the same family for seven generations. Many of the furnishings and artifacts are original to the house. Amzi Love has been on the Columbus Spring Pilgrimage since 1951–72 years! Owner Sid Caradine is a direct descendant of Amzi Love. His wife Brenda is a founder of the Tennessee Williams Tribute in Columbus. Reviewed by Fodor’s Travel Guide and the New York Times Travel Magazine.


Home of Mr. & Mrs. R. Sidney Caradine, III / National Register


Temple Heights

515 9th St N
Circa 1837

Walk with Aidan Taylor, expert in historic preservation, as he guides small groups through one of the state’s best examples of period restoration. This is unique. Mississippi Landmark property, built with enslaved labor, features the original slave cabin, out kitchen, hardware, and a grouping of 20 ft solid wood columns. Temple Heights has been featured in the magazine Antiques, on HGTV’s Old Homes Restored, and was the home of Jane Fontaine, one of the founders of Decoration Day.

A very special addition to the tour is James Wagner displaying “Art on the Porch” at Temple Heights. Meet the talented artist and purchase one of his paintings for your home.

Home of Dr. & Mrs. Mark Novotny  / National Register  /  Mississippi Landmark


April 22
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Columbus Mississippi
Columbus, 39701 United States + Google Map