Tours in Plaquemine Louisiana

Guided tours around Louisiana are one of the best ways to see and experience what Louisiana has to offer. Are you feeling adventurous and want to see alligators pop out of the swamp waters? How about taking a haunted cemetery tour? We also have guided plantation tours, rum distillery tours, history tours, cocktail and foodie tours, walking tours, movie tours, brewery tours, deep sea fishing tours and so many more. Book your guided tour and get an only-in-Louisiana adventure.

The Mississippi River runs alongside Plaquemine, the parish seat of Iberville Parish. The city is rich in small-town charm, with old plantation homes that recall its founding in 1775. Plaquemine (whose name is a Native American word for "persimmon") is a former logging town that gained notoriety for an engineering marvel known as the Plaquemine Lock. The lock system allowed for transport of boats between the Mississippi River and the wild inland waterways of the Atchafalaya Basin, and it was designed by the same man who later became chief engineer for the Panama Canal.

Learn more about the city's importance to the state's rivers and bayous at Plaquemine Lock State Historic Site, and make sure you see other nearby attractions such as the Iberville Museum (housed in the former 1849 parish courthouse), the historic homes of Turnerville, Nottoway Plantation and Bayou Plaquemine Waterfront Park. Cyclists should take advantage of the 22-mile-long Plaquemine to Grosse Tete biking trail.

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