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    City: Darrow
    5216 Marchand School Rd Darrow, LA 70725
    This community Park is located behind the historic old Marchand School on Hwy 22 between Burnside and Darrow, Louisiana. There is a bar-b-que pavilion and restrooms along with a fenced-in baseb...
    City: Darrow
    40136 Hwy. 942, River Rd. Darrow, LA 70725
    Houmas House is so much more than just a tour of a grand antebellum estate. Experience the southern splendor of "The Sugar Palace" when you step into 16 rooms filled with period antiques and...
    City: Darrow
    40136 Highway 942, River Road, Burnside Darrow, LA 70725
    The Inn at Houmas House is among an alley of oaks on the grounds of the Plantation. Each room is complete with one or two beds, marble bathrooms, and a private porch to enjoy the setting.  Each...
    City: Darrow
    40136 Hwy. 942, River Rd. Darrow, LA 70725
    Features a “GUMBO” of original artworks by all Louisiana Artists displaying fine art, folk art, jewelry, photography, and unique gift ideas. Special theme shows monthly in addition to...
    City: Darrow
    37117 Martin Luther King St Darrow, LA 70725
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Sited along the serpentine Mississippi River and just a short drive from New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Darrow is home to several of the historic plantations that have made the River Road area so famous. Hermitage Museum is known as Louisiana's earliest Greek Revival mansion. Brocage Plantation, built in 1837, welcomes tours and overnight guests to its bed and breakfast. Visitors to Houmas House, also known as "The Sugar Palace," step back in time ot learn about sugar cane farming, Civil War history and Louisiana life during the antebellum period.

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