About Us

Helping the world understand

we exist to tell our story

At NAPAC Museum , our business is helping you understand the journey of African Americans in development of the Natchez area. s Whether you need help with pre-colonization, need help with ancestral support or need to study the profile of the change of a city through the will of determined people, we’ve got programs and services you need to make make your thirst and love of History come alive.

NAPAC was chartered in March 1990, the brain-child of former Judge Mary Lee Toles, who also inspired Josie Gilchrist Camper, Mary White, flora Terrell, and Patricia Washington to form this organization. The stated purpose and mission of the NAPAC organization have been and still remains to be the vehicle in which to educate the public on the history of the African American community in Natchez, Ms from the earliest appearance of Africans in the Natchez area to the present time.

As time goes on We exist to tell our story.

Professional Services

We offer a variety of personalized tours for individual groups , families, and organizations . Feel free to contact us at 601-445-0728 or text 601-809-6233 

Comprehensive Programs

Our dynamic programs covers various times of the history of Natchez and we do our best to feature speakers of the period .

times and dates of proms will be listed in advance on this site.

Amazing Results

Where do we deliver the most? In our visitor’s results. We’ve worked with our visitors in a one on one hands on approach in which they have been given the facts of history from those of us that are ancestors of those who have lived and showed us the way to continue .