Nottoway Plantation - White Castle, Louisiana - Nottoway Plantation is sited on the Mississippi River in White Castle, Louisiana. It offers overnight accommodations, full restaurant service, tours and wedding services.
Oak Alley Plantation - Vacherie, Louisiana - the most famous photographed Louisiana plantation and a must see to complete any vacation adventure to see the Southern Plantations. Oak Alley is one of many Louisiana plantations near New Orleans.
Oakland Plantation - Natchitoches, Louisiana - Find the history of another one of Louisiana's Plantations. Plantations in this part of Louisiana are along the Red River.
Oakley Plantation - St. Francisville, Louisiana - another of Louisiana's Plantations but with the distinction of being where john James Audubon stayed. Guided tours are offered daily and a picnic pavilion is useful for groups planning an outing to Audubon State Historic Site. Wonderful and creative special events, programs and demonstrations take place throughout the year. Contact Audubon State Historic Site for details.
Official Louisiana Tourism Website - All the information you need to plan and enjoy a memorable visit to Louisiana, from New Orleans to Cajun Country, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles to Shreveport and Alexandria. You can order a Louisiana Tour Guide book, join the email or read the blog about Louisiana travel.
Old River Road Plantation Adventure - New Orleans, Louisiana - Antebellum mansion touring company offer combo tours with the city's most popular venues, swamp and steamboat cruises. "Join our award winning plantation tour as we pick you up from your New Orleans hotel for a journey through scenic cypress swamps and wetlands to the Old River Road. We also have 5 star combo tours with the city's most popular venues, swamp and steamboat cruises.
Ormond Plantation - Destrehan, Louisiana - The Oldest French West Indies Style Creole Plantation on the Mississippi. West Indies style plantations were very suited to tropical climates and are not found north of Louisiana.
Plantation Country on the Louisiana State Website - Bounded on one side by the Atchafalaya Basin and on the other by the countryside stretching north from Lake Maurepas, Plantation Country is a pocket of mystery, elegance and majesty, of historic towns.
Poche Plantation - Convent, Louisiana - Less than an hour from New Orleans, stay at the only AAA 3-Diamond plantation bed and breakfast on the banks of the Mississippi River.
Poplar Grove Plantation - Port Allen , Louisiana - is a Louisiana plantation home unlike any other. An Oriental inspired pavilion built in New Orleans for an international exposition, it is the closest plantation home to Baton Rouge, located on the bank of the Mississippi River only minutes from Louisiana's capital city.
San Francisco Plantation House - Garyville, Louisiana - A registered National Historic Landmark, built in 1860 along the Mississippi River. Most Louisiana plantations were along the Mississippi River.
St. Joseph Plantation - Vacherie, Louisiana - Owned by the same family for over 128 years, this authentic antebellum home, nestled on a working sugar cane plantation, is open daily for tours. Slave cabins, detached kitchen and exhibit rooms open for viewing.
Terrebonne Museum and Southdown Plantation House - Houma, Louisiana - lists tours for the area for exhibits, marketplace and information. One of the better known plantations in the Houma area.
The Historic Plantation Village - East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana - The Historic Plantation Village is in East Feliciana Parish, Jackson, Louisiana. A gracious retreat where life slows down — with a fishing pond, swimming pool, 14 self catered guest lodges and surrounded by beautiful shrubbery and wildlife, this is a peaceful and welcoming place to stay.
Tours By Isabelle - New Orleans, Louisiana - We are a small scale, multi-lingual tour operator offering walking city tours, plantation, and swamp tours. There are plenty of former plantation sites in New Orleans such as City Park and Audubon Park but no true New Orleans plantations. However there are plenty of Louisiana plantations in the New Orleans area.
White Oak Plantation - Baton Rouge , Louisiana - Just as travelers did in the 1800s, guests take a step back into the past and enjoy the experience of the Old Deep South as they arrive on the property. Offers plantation tours, corporate events, weddings and offsite catering.
Winter Quarters State Historic Site - St. Joseph, Louisiana - stands today as a rare survivor of the ravages of the Civil War. The large, airy structure is the only one of its kind along the banks of scenic Lake St. Joseph to remain as a reflection of Louisiana's Antebellum cotton plantation.
Woodland Plantation Bed & Breakfast - West Point a La Hache, Louisiana - The Big House featured on all bottles of Southern Comfort, is an architectural gem representing classic Louisiana Plantation style; broad porches front and back, key hole designed French doors etc., is authentically furnished with fine antiques. Featuring traditional Louisiana Creole and Cajun cuisine, Spirits of Woodland Hall can be reserved for most any group.