From the distinct art galleries in the French Quarter to the glitzy galleries in Baton Rouge, Louisiana's artists represent a wide variety of mediums and talents.
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.