Generations ago, the sugarcane plantations of Louisiana were in full swing. Most of these historic sites were located along the banks of the Mississippi River, and destroyed during the Civil War. Few remain, but stand to remind us of a past that was long ago.
Plantation tours explain the complexities of life on the farm, for the wealthy masters, and the hundreds of enslaved people who labored in the fields. Tours showcase the interior of the master’s house and slave cabins and discuss daily life in the south.
Stay tuned for the launch of our day trips to plantations like Oak Alley Plantation, Laura Plantation: A Creole Heritage Site, Whitney Plantation and Slave Memorial, etc.