Windsor Ruins In Mississippi Was Named One Of The Most Stunning Lesser-Known Places In The U.S.

We’ve got tons of stunning sights here in the Magnolia State, but none quite compare to the Windsor Ruins. The hauntingly beautiful ruins are all the remain of what was once the largest antebellum home in all of Mississippi. Truly a sight to see, it’s not surprising that Windsor Ruins have repeatedly been deemed a must-visit and dubbed a hidden gem – and we’ve gotta say, we agree. Take a look:

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The Windsor Ruins are open daily from dawn until dusk. There’s no cost for admission. For more information, call the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH) at (601) 576-6952. You can also visit the MDAH website.

This isn’t the state’s only lesser-known sight that’s easy on the eyes. Read about another here.

Address: Rodney Rd, Port Gibson, MS 39150, USA