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The history of Chretien Point Plantation dates to the 1830s. Notorious pirate and gambler Jean Lafitte took up residence at one time. Two Civil War battles that were fought on its grounds. And tour guides tell tales of ghosts who still walk the halls of...More
My friends mom use to take us out here for a thrill as teenagers. It was always a great time. Plantations are always exciting to tour especially when you have someone that knows so much about them. If you are into history and learning about...More
I had been warned that Chretien point was no longer open to the public, but I wanted to see it for myself. It was a beautiful plantation home, but considering the length of the drive from Lafayette and the difficulty in actually seeing much of...More
Wow -- we attended the wedding of a family member at Chretien Point and were definitely not disappointed. The actual wedding ceremony was held outside and was beautiful. Then parts of the first floor were used for the reception, as well as parts of the...More
My sister and I drove around half lost for a couple of hours, wondering why there weren't any signs pointing the way, then we found it. We also found out that it is now a private residence and is not open for tours of any...More
I’m a bit of a skeptic to say the least. I’ve been to this plantation countless times and to my surprise, NOTHING…. This is truly a beautiful place to visit but don’t expecting to find any ghost. I work as a patrol deputy here in...More
My boyfriend and I visited the ole plantation,chretien point. I stood on the stairwell where the pirate or hooligan was told to be shot. He took a picture of me and above my head is an orange glow of a man's face, beard and a...More