Go back in time on the Felicity Plantation tour—sister plantation to St. Joseph and part of the Louisiana Sugarcane Museum. Built in 1844–1847, it was the filming location for Skeleton Key and 12 Years a Slave and remains a working sugarcane farm. See its stunning scenery, Greek Revival-Creole architecture, and learn about its old dwellers’ rich history.
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The guided tour of the plantation house lasts about one (1) hour.
Tickets include Felicity Plantation admission, a guided tour of the plantation home, and a self-guided walking tour of the grounds. Take in the plantation at your own pace.
Yes, the Felicity Plantation is family-friendly and suitable for all ages. Children under five (5) years old are admitted free.
Wear weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes. Other recommended items include sunglasses, sunscreen, an umbrella or raincoat, an ID, and a camera.
Due to the historic nature of the plantation home, access to the second floor is by stairs only. Adults must accompany guests below 18 years old.
Only the first floor of Felicity Plantation home is accessible for wheelchairs—there's a ramp at the back. The second floor, which has a large portion of the tour, is only accessible by stairs.
Yes, if you select the combination tour, the St. Joseph Plantation has picnic tables you can use if you bring food.