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Bocage Plantation, Darrow

#74 of 119 in Historic Sites in Louisiana
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Bocage Plantation is a historic plantation in Darrow, Ascension Parish, Louisiana, about 25 miles southeast of Baton Rouge. The plantation house was constructed in 1837 in Greek Revival style with Creole influences, especially in the floorplan. Established in 1801, the plantation was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 20, 1991.
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  • This place is what you would say a show off home.Everything is top of the line.Great tour!Great place for picture taking.  more »
  • When you travel the Great River Road from Baton Rouge to New Orleans, you are awed by the number of magnificent antebellum plantation houses located on both sides of the Mississippi River. One of the....  more »

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