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experience our southern hospitality as you explore our quaint small town, enjoy fantastic shopping, admire our breathtaking scenery, and so much more! Whether you're coming for history, shopping or the outdoors, find what you're looking for in West Feliciana Parish.
Polos and Pearls & Car Show Postponed
The town of St. Francisville and the Historic District were not affected by the recent flooding event; however surrounding areas in our parish and in neighboring parishes have been affected. As always so many in our community have stepped up to lend a helping hand to those impacted. Out of respect for impacted families and the many volunteers, we have decided to postpone the polos and pearls and car show events so that all may focus on recovery efforts.The Polos and Pearls and Car Show planning committees will determine a new date in the near future. Follow us on Facebook - or visit the West Feliciana Tourism website for information on the rescheduled date.
West Feliciana Parish offers incredibly diversified ecosystems. It is no surprise the area has become a favorite destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Come Explore West Feliciana
English Plantation Country is proud to show off six plantation homes open to public for tours. Check out times and dates.
Throughout the year, St. Francisvlle offers festivals for your enjoyment. Check for information and come join us for the fun. View Information
Small public to large private for tours.
Two courses in West Feliciana parish.
Locations, Group Meals, Weddings, Company Picnics, Service ProvidersCOMPANY PICNICS & RETREATS, MEALS FOR GROUPS, MEETING FACILITIES, SERVICE PROVIDERS, TOUR OPERATOR, WEDDINGS
Garden Symposium Park
Quaint pocket park at the corner of Ferdinand & Royal Streets. Take a break from your stroll of the Historic District and relax on the park benches, Fountain with fish and garden.
Grace Episcopal Church
An Historic structure and congregation with unusual Civil War ties.
. Owner Susan Davis began this cottage industry using her grandmother’s collection of buttons and fashioning them into beautiful pieces of jewelry. The shop is located in an old bank building and the “button museum” is housed in the building’s old vault. Many other items are offered and most reflect a local or Louisiana flair.
Greenwood Plantation, one of the Barrow dynasty of homes in West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, was originally built in 1830 by William Ruffin Barrow. In the 1830's, Greenwood, operating as a 3000 acre cotton plantation, provided the Barrow's with a comfortable living.Dramatic setting for receptions.
Greenwood Plantation Turnaround
This 25 mile ride goes to Greenwood Plantation and back to Tourist Information Center. You will travel along Tunic Road across Bayou Sara on Low water bridge along tree-lined route. Tour Greenwood Plantation.
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