Take a guided tour with professional tour guides dressed in authentic period costumes.
Built in 1856, San Francisco Plantation is a galleried house in the old Creole style, commonly referred to as "Steamboat Gothic". Influenced by Louise's Bavarian heritage, the plantation boasts a vivid palette of color, with hand-painted ceilings, faux marbling and period antiques. The house, restored once in 1970, and again in 2014, at a cost of millions, has been returned to its 19th Century glory.
Visit a slave cabin and a one room school house
Tour the grounds under centuries old Oak trees. Browse the grounds respite with azaleas and other foliage.
Find unique keepsake gifts at the Plantation Store to share and remember your visit to San Francisco Plantation House.
Blacksmithing and other demonstrations.
Q. How long do the tours last?
A. Guided tours last about 1 hour. You will spend about 45 minutes touring the main house. Then you will visit the slave cabins, the one room school house and at the end visit the gift shop.
Q. Is the tour Handicap Accessible?
A. The lower floor of the plantation, the grounds, the restrooms and the gift shop are handicap accessible. The upper floor of the main house is not.
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Fax: (985) 535-5450
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