We are so proud to be in the South (spelled with
a capital "S") that you just wouldn't believe it!
are so Southern that, when speaking, we have a knack for
making two or three syllables out of any one-syllable
word! The people of Aberdeen sincerely believe that we
originated Southern Hospitality, and we're "fixin'" to
show how it's done during the 39th annual Aberdeen
Southern Heritage Pilgrimage, scheduled for the weekend
of April 4, 5 & 6, 2014. You are invited to visit this
magnificent old town and tour its beautiful historic
homes, all of which are wonderful examples of antebellum
and Victorian architecture. They were built by 19th
century planters and merchants, and are
symbols of a bygone era - an era that is truly "Gone With The
Aberdeen is a river port town - even now - and steeped in history.
Aberdeen correctly claims to be one of the richest
repositories of nineteenth century architecture in
Mississippi. Nine magnificent antebellum planters'
townhouses and cottages, and beautifully appointed
Victorian homes, will be open for touring, and the folks
in Aberdeen have scheduled a number of exciting related
events for your pleasure.
Lies and Legends of the Old Aberdeen Cemetery, a ghostly journey
through our oldest cemetery, relates the amazing stories
of Aberdeen's earliest residents. It even boasts of a
Revolutionary soldier's gravesite. Shortly after sunset,
our trained hosts will treat Pilgrimages goers to a
fascinating trip through the cemetery as they tell
early Aberdeenians who are buried there. The
graves of Civil War deceased can be seen in a
We encourage you to make your plans to visit Aberdeen on
Pilgrimage weekend, selecting restaurants and hotels on
our website that will make your visit even more
For more information about the Pilgrimage, as well as
suggestions regarding related events, please talk to our
genial hostess at the Aberdeen Visitors Bureau, Tina
Robbins. It's a toll-free call to 1-800-634-3538.
Come see us - and become part of the Aberdeen
Experience! Drive on our manicured West Commerce Street parkway
into a world of Southern yesterdays. Aberdeen looks
seeing you, yuh heah?