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Historic Houses in Louisiana

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Take a glimpse into life gone by. Find resources for the historic houses and museums located in Louisiana.
  • Beauregard-Keyes House

    Wealthy auctioneer Joseph LeCarpentier created this home in 1826 and is an excellent example of a raised center hall house.

  • Degas House Historic Home

    Once the home of French impressionist master Edgar Degas, this historic home now offers tours, and bed and breakfast hospitality.

  • Destrehan Plantation

    Overview of this antebellum home located at the Mississippi River bank. Find images, directions, and hours.

  • Oak Alley Plantation

    Called the Grande Dame of the Great River Road, this classic Greek-revival style antebellum home is surrounded by 300 year old oaks.

  • Pitot House

    The only Creole colonial style house museum in New Orleans, and home to a wide range of residents. This museum tells the Bayou St. John story from its first settlement.

  • San Francisco Plantation

    Originally a sugar plantation, the home was later built in 1855 and somewhat resembles a Mississippi riverboat.

  • Shadows On The Teche

    Antebellum historic house depicts life in the nineteenth-century southern Louisiana plantation.

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