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2295 Hwy. 1,
Thibodaux, LA 70301

Property Description

This National Historic Landmark was the home of Edward Douglass White,  United States Supreme Court Chief Justice from 1910 to 1921. Built between the late 1700s and 1830s, the main house is excellent example of Creole plantation architecture and traditional construction techniques.  Rich in history and graced with tranquil beauty, this site is a must-see on any visit to Louisiana’s fabled bayou country.

 

Directions

From I-10 take the Donaldsonville/Spur 70 Exit. Cross the Sunshine Bridge and take a left on La. Hwy. 1 towards Thibodaux.

Built between the late 1700s and 1830s, the main house is excellent example of Creole plantation architecture and traditional construction
Built between the late 1700s and 1830s, the main house is excellent example of Creole plantation architecture and traditional construction
Amenities
Activities
  • Childrens Programs
Category
  • Agri-tourism
  • Civil War Site
  • Living History Performance
  • Plantation
Designations
  • National Register of Historic Places
Facility Amenities
  • Bus Parking
General Information
  • Open Year-Round
Guest Information
  • Family Friendly
  • Meeting/Tour groups welcome
  • Reservations Suggested
Rate Information
  • Free Admission
Suitable for Ages
  • All Ages