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San Francisco Plantation [LA]

The San Francisco Plantation is located along the banks of the Mississippi River and, from the plantation website, "is a galleried house of the Creole open suite style and is nestled under centuries old Live Oaks and contains one of the finest antique collections in the country." The home is open from November until March, and offers individual and group tours and also plays host to many weddings throughout the year.

The home offers individual and group tours. The website offers visitor information and a brief history of the home. In order to contact the plantation by email, use the "contact us" link located at the top of the webpage.

 
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