Audubon State Historic Site & Oakley House

Oakley House at Audubon State Historic Site Photo
Oakley House at Audubon State Historic Site Photo
Examples of Audubon's works, inspired by his visit to the area in the early 1800s. Photo 2
Examples of Audubon's works, inspired by his visit to the area in the early 1800s. Photo 2

Location

11788 Hwy. 965
St. Francisville LA 70775

The main feature of this 100-acre woodland site is Oakley House, where John James Audubon lived for a short time. Other facilities include formal and kitchen gardens, a separate kitchen and weaving room, a plantation barn, two slave cabins, a picnic area with a shelter and a nature trail through the acres of magnolia and poplar trees. Special living and history events, programs and demonstrations take place throughout the year.

Open Wed. - Sun. 9am-5pm

Amenities

Activities
  • Birding
Designations
  • National Register of Historic Places
Discounts
  • Senior Citizen Discount
  • Student Discount
General Information
  • Family Friendly
  • Open Year-Round
Parking
  • Bus Parking
Tour Information
  • Guided Tours

Contact

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