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Magnolia Mound Plantation
Magnolia Mound Plantation
BREC's Magnolia Mound Plantation is a rare survivor of the vernacular architecture influenced by early settlers from France and the West Indies. (Region: Plantation Country)
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Blue Moon Saloon & Guest House
The Blue Moon Saloon & Guest House opened in 2001 and has since become one of America's premier venues for Cajun and Roots music from around the world. (Region: Cajun Country)
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Laura: A Creole Plantation
Have your passport ready as you enter the fascinating world of Louisiana’s Creoles who, at this historic site, lived apart from the American mainstream for over 200 years. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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Plantation Parade
Plantation Parade
When visiting New Orleans, it’s important to learn and understand the role and significance of the plantation homes on River Road. Their impact on the city that we see today is momentous because it was the wealthy Sugar Barons that helped build the structures that are now icons in the French Quarter. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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Louisiana Tax Free Shopping
The first tax free shopping program for international visitors to the U.S. is still the most hassle-free and the most unique. Louisiana’s tax free shopping program has been operating since 1989 and it’s no wonder why it’s been so successful. Where else in the world can you buy an alligator head and a Coach bag to carry it home in side-by-side shops? (Region: Statewide Attractions/Services)
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New Orleans Museum of Art
The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), New Orleans’ oldest fine arts institution, opened on December 16, 1911 with only 9 works of art. Today, the museum hosts an impressive permanent collection of almost 40,000 objects. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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Atchafalaya Basin
McGee's Landing
Has been a “must-see” for visitors to Cajun Country for almost three decades. McGee’s is visited daily by folks from throughout the world who are looking for adventure. (Region: Cajun Country)
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New Orleans Paddlewheels
Just us for Fun on the River and Bayous… Day and night, the luxurious Paddlewheeler Creole Queen offers the best New Orleans cruises on the Mighty Mississippi River…. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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San Francisco Plantation
San Francisco Plantation, built in 1856, the most opulent home along the river, authentically restored this Grand Mansion, allows you to visit the past in a timeless fashion. Period Dressed guides take you though all of the rooms in the galleried home in the old Creole style (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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Houmas House Plantation
Once you’ve visited Houmas House Plantation and Gardens in person, you’ll know why it is called “The Crown Jewel of Louisiana’s River Road.” At one time during the 19th century, Houmas House farmed sugarcane on tens of thousands of acres, and became the largest producer of sugar in the country. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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