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Stanton Hall

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Built  1851
Designated NHL  May 30, 1974
Area  8,094 m²
Added to NRHP  30 May 1974
NRHP Reference #  74002254
Designated USMS  March 21, 1995
Opened  1851
Stanton Hall
Location  401 High Street, Natchez, Mississippi
USMS #  001-NAT-0188-NHL-NRD-ML
Architectural styles  Antebellum architecture, Victorian architecture, Neoclassical architecture
Similar  Rosalie Mansion, Longwood, St Mary Basilica - Natchez, Emerald Mound Site, Dunleith

Stanton Hall, also known as Belfast, is an Antebellum Classical Revival mansion in Natchez, Mississippi built during 1851–57 for Frederick Stanton, a cotton broker. It occupies a full block on High Street between Pearl and Commerce Streets in Natchez and is operated as a historic house museum by the Pilgrimage Garden Club.

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The house was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974 and a Mississippi Landmark in 1995.

The mansion is also available for rental for weddings and other special events.

Stanton hall interior


In popular culture

The mansion serves as a design for Disneyland's Haunted Mansion.

The house's insides have appeared in ABC's mini-series North and South as the Mains' mansion interiors. The house was also seen briefly in Show Boat (1951).

References

Stanton Hall Wikipedia


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