The Hugh Craft House, with its’ two-story veranda, is one of the most unique Greek Revival mansions in Holly Springs.
The Yellow Fever Church, which was the original Episcopal Church, is now a museum dedicated to the victims of the Yellow Fever.
McCrosky Place, built in 1841, was owned by the McCrosky family for five generations.
Hopkins House, built in 1844, has been both a private house and a girls’ private school.
Walthall Place in an antebellum house in Holly Springs whose most famous resident was the artist Kate Freeman Clark, whose artwork is displayed in a museum next door.