The Epps House at LSUA Campus

Location

8100 Highway 71 South
Alexandria LA 71302

The Epps House is an 18th Century plantation home that was partially built by Solomon Northup. Northup was a free man who was taken into slavery for 12 years, and he authored the book, "Twelve Years a Slave," which chronicles his story. The home was originally located on Bayou Boeuf; however, it was moved and restored on the LSUA campus and currently used as a historical home and place of study for American History studies.

Amenities

Type of Museum
  • Historical Museum

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