Since it's state operated, the entry fee is modest but the tour guides are less than engrossing.
Plentiful parking; a lot of walking. Beautifully preserved and maintained--this is a plantation on the 'must see' list--especially for those who have extra time and/or are interested in Louisiana plantation life. The contrast between Feliciana plantations and river plantations is remarkable and highlights the diversity of original Louisiana settlers vs. new comer 'American' settlers.
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