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Haunted At The Myrtles Haunted At The Myrtles
A St. Francisville plantation home is reputed to be one of the most haunted places in Louisiana.
Weekend in Natchitoches Weekend in Natchitoches
This southern belle offers antebellum homes, stately oaks, brick-lined streets, great oyster po-boys and of course a meat pie!
Fort Jesup State Historic Site Fort Jesup State Historic Site
This Mexican-American War-era fort is central to a little-known chapter in American history.
Grambling University, Eddie G. Robinson Museum Grambling University, Eddie G. Robinson Museum
With great pride, I announce the next stop on the North Louisiana African American Heritage Trail: my hometown, Grambling.
Making History at Frogmore Plantation Making History at Frogmore Plantation
Learn the stories of Civil War soldiers, cotton kingpins, slaves and sharecroppers at a 19th-century plantation where cotton is still farmed today.
Civil War Battle Re-lived in Jackson, Louisiana Civil War Battle Re-lived in Jackson, Louisiana
The Battle of Jackson plays out annually, more than a century after the original conflict, in a picturesque field outside of Jackson, Louisiana.
River Road Plantations River Road Plantations
To get a first-hand look at the grand plantations of Louisiana’s colonial and antebellum past, visitors only need to take a tour down River Road.
Rebel State Historic Site Rebel State Historic Site
Country and gospel music come together with Civil War commemoration at this west Louisiana museum.
Louisiana Civil War Sites Louisiana Civil War Sites
Sites throughout Louisiana commemorate key Civil War events and honor sacrifices in the worst conflict the nation ever faced on its own soil.
Louisiana’s Historic Architecture Louisiana’s Historic Architecture
Louisiana has preserved it's cultural heritage through architecture.
Louisiana's 4-H Club History Louisiana's 4-H Club History
In 1908, Mr. V.L. Roy, Superintendent of Avoyelles Parish Schools, organized the first Corn Club, the forerunner of the 4-H Club in Louisiana
Creole Nature Trail Creole Nature Trail
Designated an All-American Road in 2002, this 180-mile trail was one of the first National Scenic Byways in the Gulf South.
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    City: Mansura
    1832 L'Eglise St. Mansura, LA 71350
    Tours by appointment only!French Colonial home featuring mud walls, built in 1790 and restored in 1850. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and owned by the town of Mansura.
    City: Mansura
    8592 Hwy. 1, Ste. 2 Mansura, LA 71350
    Unique multi-media exhibits bring to life the history and development of the 4-H program in Louisiana since 1908.  Features include the Louisiana 4-H Hall of Fame giant trophy, an animatronic...