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Evergreen is not a tour of the house like others in the area, our beautiful tour guide Robin, offered an in depth version of History in the area of the influence of German immigrants to the area. It was a rainy day but Robin made...More
Evergreen was beautiful and I loved how many original buildings were still intact. However, our tour guide, Desiree, is why I'm giving 5 stars! She was wonderful: very very knowledgeable, funny and charismatic! She told the story from many different viewpoints and really gave us...More
Traveling from New Orleans to Memphis, we really only had time to visit and tour one plantation house. After much research, we selected this one because it had the most intact outbuildings, including the original slave quarters. We wanted the perspective of all of the...More
We stopped by on a whim and the tour was an unexpected pleasure. Our tour guide, Robin, shared the story of the family, the era and the history with passion and joy. For an authentic look at the Creole life we would highly recommend a...More
Be mindful of tour times - not many, plan ahead. The house itself is essentially 6 rooms; much smaller than it looks, however, it's (comparatively) open compared to others and it's nice to think that there's some recent history here too; still privately owned and...More
Evergreen is a great plantation to visit. It’s one of the Django filming location. Tour was very informative and the grounds are very beautiful . The plantation house itself is a bit smaller compared to others in the area because it used to be just...More
Well worth every minute, Desrea brought the whole history of the plantation to life with vigor and enthusiasm. Very informative which changes your whole perspective on ‘slave’ treatment. Also a must for Django Unchained fans, so many scenes from the movie you’ll recognise. Nice touch...More
B4 I start, Evergreen Plantation is like the 'Schindler's list' of plantations. The slave masters here worked on the basis of mutual human respect and trust, and hence there were no shackles nor whippings nor overseers. So come w an open mind.
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Yes they specialize in weddings, they do an awesome job,we talked to a couple that had their wedding the day before we took our tour and they were extremely happy!!! with all the accommodations as well as the setting.