Laura Plantation is an historic sugar plantation built in 1805. In 2007, the Louisiana Travel Promotion Association named this Creole Plantation as the "top travel attraction in Louisiana." Four generations of families, freed and enslaved, lived at Laura Plantation. Allow plenty of time to tour the manor house, formal and kitchen gardens and slave quarters.
Travel back in time down Louisiana's Great River Road for your rendezvous with two great southern plantations: the Oak Alley Plantation and Laura Plantation. Located on the Mississippi River between the historic cities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge, discover what it was like to live on a 19th-century plantation in the River Region.
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