Plantation Homes


Plantation Homes I’ve Visited
 
Just click the name to go to their website
 
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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