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Magnolia Mound Plantation

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Magnolia Mound Plantation

157 Reviews
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2161 Nicholson Dr, Baton Rouge, LA 70802-8157
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Gary B wrote a review Sep 2020
Prescott, AZ, United States70 contributions16 helpful votes
While I abhor the practice of enslavement, it is important to know about both the day-to-day lives of enslaved and slavers, alike. Magnolia Mound shows the intricate details of the lives lived by all inhabitants of a sugar cane plantation, in the Bayou Country of southern Louisiana. The stories of both the Creole French and the American owners, as well as of the slaves and the overseers, were well-related by the docent on duty. One is free to walk the grounds of most of the property, with the Historic House only accessible with a docent present. Photography is allowed in all areas, except the interior of the Historic House.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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dchawk216 wrote a review Sep 2020
Brunswick, Georgia230 contributions43 helpful votes
I really enjoy visiting the plantation houses and grounds. This plantation was very good being a well maintained house with some great period items. I haven’t seen a plantation tour with a more complete kitchen with some cooking items that I have never seen before. Beth the tour guide is a gem both in personality and knowledge. She really enhanced the tour with her knowledge.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lisa wrote a review Jan 2020
Plattsburgh, New York2 contributions1 helpful vote
Definitely go through with the tour guide. She had a lot of info about the Louisiana area, the plantation and so much more. There were only 2 of us that went through with the guide so we were able to ask questions and see everything we wanted. Lots of interesting facts about how the plantation was run and how people lived at that time in history.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Karen S wrote a review Jan 2020
Gaithersburg, Maryland6 contributions1 helpful vote
Large area, many buildings, good descriptions, learned a great deal about sugar cane plantations and the painfully hard life. It is a tribute to the mission and vision of BREC to serve the people of Baton Rouge and visitors like us.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Morgan K wrote a review Dec 2019
Flint, Michigan76 contributions10 helpful votes
I visited this plantation and did the self guided tour. I think the guided tour would have been worth it and I would have learned a lot more. There is an entry fee but only a few bucks. I have never visited a plantation before so it was interesting to me to understand the dynamics of the time. There are still a few structures that still stand from that time including 200 year old trees! Some buildings were renovated in the early 1900s and 1940s. But still really neat. There is walking involved but the buildings are not as far apart as they actually would have been so it’s really not bad. It didn’t take long at all doing the self guided tour.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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