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The Vidalia Conference & Convention Center is the most attractive facility in the Miss-Lou and features more than 37,000 sq. ft. of multipurpose meeting and exhibit space.

We can accommodate any function including conferences, conventions, exhibitions, family reunions, banquets, meetings and weddings. Our audio/video system is state-of-the-art in every respect and is unparalleled to any other in this area.

The Center overlooks the Mississippi River, providing a breath-taking panoramic view.
The Vidalia Convention Center is the most attractive facility in the Miss-Lou, featuring more than 37,000 sq. ft. of multipurpose meeting and exhibit space.

Our staff can accommodate any need you may have in order to make your next function a complete success. Our goal is to exceed your expectations!

As a vital part of Convention Center Complex, the Natchez Community Center is it is located directly across the street from the Natchez Convention Center.

Whether you require one large space or several small places for your event, we have what you need to make an unforgettable experience for your guests.

Catering is an efficient method of providing food and refreshment during your next function. Browse these catering services for exceptional quality at your event.

From luxury suites to economy lodging, camping or a beautiful place to park your RV, Antebellum mansions or Victorian homes, Natchez is the right place for you.

Best-Selling Novelist Greg Iles
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Origins of the Natchez Trace
After Native Americans first began to settle the land, they began to blaze the trail until it became a relatively well-worn path traversable by horse in single-file.
Bushwhackers, Bibles, and Boats
The Natchez Trace was the most reliable and expedient way to get goods of the North to trading ports in the South. This attracted preachers, highwaymen, traders, and more.
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NAPAC Museum
301 Main St Natchez
Historic Jefferson College
P. O. Box 700 Washington

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