George Washington Ball House
Bed & Breakfast Inn Special Events  Antiques
According to land records, George Washington Ball, a well-to-do, distant cousin of our first president, built this Federal style house about 1822, making it one of the largest homes in “Old Town” Vicksburg at the time. In fact, Ball’s neighbors included the early founders of Vicksburg.

The house was unrecognizable, obscured by additions and neglect, and its history untold for nearly a century until it was fully restored in 2004.

Today the George Washington Ball House, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has regained its place of prominence in Old Town. Whether spending a relaxing weekend or hosting an elegant event, guests will enjoy their time in historic Vicksburg.  
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Accommodations
The George Washington Ball House has three guest rooms for overnight accommodations. Guests enjoy a full plantation breakfast served each morning at neighboring Anchuca Historic Mansion & Inn, as well as turndown service each night and access to the grounds and swimming pool at Anchuca.  Daily Rate: $125
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Betty Bullard, Proprietor
921 Main Street
Vicksburg, Mississippi 39180
601.636.7915
The George Suite
The Ball Suite
The Washington Suite
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