Guided Mansion Tours

Let one of our friendly and knowledgeable costumed tour guides lead you through the Mansion's spectacular rooms as she shares with you the details of Nottoway's lavish construction and the stories of her fascinating history, including her survival through the Civil War. 

Completed in 1859, Nottoway's 53,000 square foot palatial mansion awes thousands of visitors a year who come to see such extravagant features as soaring 15 1/2' ceilings, enormous 11-foot doors, 22 massive exterior columns, hand-carved Italian marble fireplaces, exquisitely detailed plaster frieze moldings, and a pure white oval ballroom.

Tour Times: 9 am - 4 pm, 7 days a week
Adults: $20 | Child 6-12: $6 | 5 and under: free
Includes free access to the Nottoway grounds
Discounts - AAA: 10% | Senior: 10% | Military: 20%
The Mansion Tour is not handicapped accessible
Tour hours may vary occasionally due to special events



Self-Guided Audio Tours

Our Audio Tours let you experience Nottoway in an entirely new way! Enjoy the flexibility of touring the mansion and grounds at your own pace as the “voice of John Randolph” guides you and shares the history and stories of Nottoway. You will receive a map, with numbers marking each point of interest, which you may follow in whatever order you prefer.

Audio Tours may be taken at any time between 8 am and 8 pm. Guided Mansion Tours are still available from our costumed tour guides.

Nottoway Plantation is known around the world for her rich heritage, spectacular architecture and enchanting Mississippi River Road setting. Tours of this stunningly restored 1850’s sugarcane estate is just the beginning of what you will find here. Come experience the history, the hospitality, and the luxury of Nottoway ... truly the crown jewel of southern antebellum mansions!

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Nottoway Plantation & Resort, a AAA Four-Diamond property, and a member of Historic Hotels of America, is the home of the South's largest existing antebellum mansion, completed in 1859 and now stunningly restored to her days of glory.
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