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02/20/2020 ~ 02/26/2020

Baton Rouge Indoor/Rainy Day Activities, Tours & Attractions

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Nottoway Plantation Admission & Guided Tour

Nottoway Plantation Admission & Guided Tour

12 reviews
Duration1 Hr
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Head to Nottoway Plantation and experience the largest surviving Antebellum mansion in the South! Completed in 1859 and...
on our way to new orleans via Lubbock tx, very informative and lunch was fantastic down stairs . My wife and I would definetly be doing more plantation trips after this one.
Beautiful home & location!
This place is amazing. The history behind this place had me saying "WOW" the whole tour. Our tour guide was very informative not just about Nottaway, but also of the time peroid dating back to pre Civil War era. I think we will be going back again when they have the Christmas lights on.
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The Myrtles Plantation Admission & Guided Mystery Tour

The Myrtles Plantation Admission & Guided Mystery Tour

137 reviews
Duration45 Min.
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If history steeped in intrigue and mystery sounds like a good time then a visit to the Myrtles Plantation is just what...
After so much anticipation, we finally made it to the Myrtles. Not for an overnight stay as we hoped but we did the day tour. It was nice. The house was...
Really enjoyed the tour. A little smaller than some that still have more of the exterior buildings, but the tour was very informative about the history,...
The history here is the real STAR!The Myrtles Plantation has a ghostly reputation that often precedes it. But this elegant and stately antebellum home...
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St. Joseph Plantation Admission & Guided Tour

St. Joseph Plantation Admission & Guided Tour

33 reviews
DurationVaries
HISTORY COMES ALIVE IN NOLA
Experience St. Joseph Plantation, one of the few fully intact sugar cane plantations left in the River Parishes....
Very good tour by Jessie
We really enjoyed our tour of St Joseph Plantation... We were amazed at how much work had been done to restore the plantation. Equally as amazing is the fact that three families, all descendants of plantation owners, have banded together to ensure that their plantations continue to produce sugar cane crops in the families’ tradition. Miss Diane was a wonderful and gracious guide, and is certainly not afraid of hard work. And her personal recollections and stories of her family’s history provided a unique perspective to our tour: it wasn’t just history, it was something near and dear to her heart! We thoroughly enjoyed the experience, and recommend this tour to anyone wishing to not only learn about the history of a plantation, but actually see one in action!
My tour guide was exceptional. Very informative and welcoming. I appreciated all of the information and being able to walk around the grounds when the tour was over. Also, the information on sugar cane farming was great! I study farming so I appreciated that piece. Thank you so much!
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