Civil War | Historic Site
31025 Route 1
White Castle, LA 70788
This is the largest plantation home in the South, an outstanding example of the opulent lifestyle enjoyed by the wealthy sugar planter before the Civil War. The three-story mansion has sixty-four rooms and was considered immense even by the standards of the antebellum "Golden Age."
Rene Beauregard House — Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve
Marrero, Louisiana | Purchased by the National Park Service in 1949, this two-story, cement-covered house was the home of Judge Rene Beauregard and is...
New Iberia, Louisiana | This 1834 plantation home and gardens on the banks of Bayou Teche was home to the Weeks family for four generations before...
Alexandria, Louisiana | The historic site, a raised French-Creole cottage built in 1796, is the oldest remaining structure in central Louisiana.
Frogmore Cotton Plantation and Gins
Frogmore, Louisiana | The historic site is an antebellum and modern, working cotton plantation with twenty historic buildings, including a steam...