Things to Do by St. Joseph & Felicity Plantations in New Orleans, Louisiana

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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. Details
Unveil the tapestry of Louisiana’s rich history and charm on this New Orleans plantation tour. Explore the dual perspective of St. Joseph Plantation-Felicity Plantation during the Antebellum era. Immerse yourself in the opulence and complexity of these two distinct yet interconnected working sugarcane plantations, each with its own unique story to tell. Details
Explore St. Joseph Plantation, a real working cane sugar plantation and filming location for numerous TV shows and films. Tour the house and grounds, original slave cabins, blacksmith’s shop, schoolhouse, and more. Take a fascinating glimpse into life on a sugar plantation and the lives of the free and enslaved people who've lived there throughout its history. Details
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