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I just could not get enough of this place. There is so much to see that I just wanted more. There are several buildings that we did not go into such as the blacksmith's workshop and the overseer's home. I just wanted to see it...More
My first reaction when seeing the sculptures of the children in the church was profound heartache, knowing the painful lives that lay ahead for them. The artist captured the haunting hopelessness of their lives along with the childlike resilience for a possible better tomorrow. I...More
As you drive to the plantation you can't miss the groves and groves of sugar cane fields which was the primary financial driver for this plantation and many others throughout Southern Louisiana. This particular Plantations tour separates itself in telling the story of the "life...More
If you are looking to hear the truth about plantation life for enslaved Africans than this is the tour for you. The property is beautifully maintained but the history lesson is the greater reward for visiting. I can’t express how amazing our tour guide Ali...More
After seeing a program on television on this plantation which is the only one depicting the history of slavery, we were incredibly impressed by the entire operation. The area is immaculate, the small exhibit before the tour very enlightening, and the tour excellent and educational....More
The tour explains many issues about slavery, the economic development of the United States, and this area of Louisiana. What a sad history we have here. The details are important to learn. The museum is outstanding and our tour guide was very knowledgeable. I would...More
Excellent tour and reasonable price if you drive and book direct. Suggest reservations if you do this. You should have good walking shoes and pack rain gear just in case inclement weather.
There is a small but very informative museum in the main building where...More
The tour was very informative, and had a different format from the other plantations. It covered the slavery side of plantations. I would say to were comfortable shoes, and take to take the time to read the information in the area where you wait for...More