Plantation Homes


Plantation Homes I’ve Visited
 
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Post Office Box 950
2646 Hwy. 44 (River Road)
Saint John the Baptist Parish
Garyville, Louisiana 70051-0950

Phone: 985/535-2341
Fax: 985/535-5450
Toll Free 1 (888) 509-1756

 

Was one of the prettiest plantation homes
I’ve ever seen!
Photo’s in: *My Louisiana*
 

Oak Alley Plantation, Restaurant & Inn
3645 Highway 18 (Great River Road) Vacherie, Louisiana USA 70090
Phone: (225) 265-2151 or 1-800-44ALLEY Fax: (225) 265-7035
E-mail: ContactUs@OakAlleyPlantation.com

 

This is a beautiful home!
Lined with 28 live oak trees…just breathetaking!
Photo’s in: *My Louisiana*
 
Laurel Valley Village/Plantation Museum and Country Store
595 Hwy. 308 Thibodaux, LA 70301
(985) 447-2902 to arrange tours
(985) 446-7456 -Country Store
This is located in my home town of Thibodaux
I love the quiet but eerie drive thru this plantation~
Photo’s in: *My Louisiana*
 
 
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