Pilgrimage Yellow Tour [see locations]

Date(s) - 04/07/2013
2:00 pm-5:00 pm



Wednesday, April 3; 2pm – 5pm
Friday, April 5; 2pm – 5pm
Sunday, April 7; 2pm – 5pm
Tuesday, April 9; 9am – noon
Thursday, April 11; 2pm – 5pm
Saturday, April 13; 9am – noon


Home and Gardens
1852 Waverley Mansion Road

Waverley, one of the most photographed homes in the South, has graced the covers of
international publications. Restored to its former grandeur,
this showplace is open daily year-round.

circa 1852 / Robert Snow Family
National Historic Landmark / National Register / National Restoration Award


822 Stinson Creek Road

Traditional Southern antebellum architecture is beautifully captured at Bryn Bella. Built in 1848 by the William Cox family and designed by James Lull, this stately home boasts heart pine floors, jib windows that access multiple porches, and grand top and bottom hallways. Built with hospitality and fresh country breezes in mind, Bryn Bella was once a 5,000-acre cotton plantation and is still a lovely reminder of when “Cotton was king.”

circa 1848 / Keith and Chrissy Heard
National Register / Restoration Award Historic Columbus


1024 College Street

Fluted columns tower over the grand portico of this charming Greek Revival mansion with its Gothic and Italianate details. Shadowlawn houses many wonderful Victorian collections including novelty clocks, calling card receivers, and aesthetic silver and silverplate. It is an excellent example of the antebellum and early Victorian lifestyles. Beautifully restored in 2001, this historic home is now a bed & breakfast.

Circa 1848 / Burnette Avakian / National Register