The Duff Green Mansion
“Step into the Civil war era by experiencing the Duff Green Mansion”
The Duff Green Mansion is a Paranormal in Vicksburg, MS.
1114 First East StreetVicksburg, MS 39183
About This Place:
Step into the Civil war era by experiencing the Duff Green Mansion. Learn what daily life was like for Duff and Mary Lake Green as they married, built their home and she gave birth to their first child in a civil war cave.
You can tour their home, from the ballroom dancing in by Jefferson Davis and Ulysses S. Grant, to sitting by a fireplace in the former kitchen turned operating room where you might see the Confederate soldier ghost.
You can sleep in an antique bed surrounded by period furniture and you can visit the site of the civil war cave on the property. Experience the civil war at the Duff Green Mansion. Visit us for a tour, spend the night or host your next event in the home or on the secluded patio surrounding the swimming pool.
A visit to the Duff Green Mansion reveals bloodstained floors, the site of the family’s civil war cave and the details of a rich history of Vicksburg before, during and after the siege. A few visitors have even seen and experienced the ghosts of a Confederate soldier and Little Annie Green who died at age six.