Our friendly and knowledgable 4th generation homeowner will lead you through the Plantation's spectacular rooms as she shares with you the details of Glenfield's lavish construction and the stories of Glenfield's fascinating history, including her survival through the Civil War, and how the Cannon family lived day to day life during the War.
Constructed in 1812 and 1845, Glenfield's Spanish and English Gothic architecture, coupled with excerpts told from the Diary of Lucy A. Cannon, awes thousands of visitors a year who come to see such extravagant features as soaring 15' ceilings, enormous 11-foot doors, hand-carved Italian marble fireplaces, and Civil War Artifacts found on the grounds when Federal Troops placed an encampment and pickets on the grounds when the home was known as Glencannon.
Tours are daily and by appointment. Please call 601.442.1002 for scheduled times.
$15.00 per person
Children & Student Tickets $12.00 per person
Reservations are required.
Children under 6 are free
Call us at 601-442-1002 for reservations, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Credit Card is required at time of reservation. You may choose to pay by cash or credit card at time of arrival. We require a 24-hour cancellation prior to arrival date to not be charged. All sales are final.