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Nottoway Plantation, White Castle

#26 of 119 in Historic Sites in Louisiana
Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Nottoway Plantation, also known as Nottoway Plantation House is located near White Castle, Louisiana, United States. The plantation house is a Greek Revival- and Italianate-styled mansion built by slaves for John Hampden Randolph in 1859, and is the largest extant antebellum plantation house in the South with 53,000 square feet (4,900 m2) of floor space.

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  • Our tour of Norroway was especially nice as the two of us had (just by lucky timing) a private tour by Jessica, a very knowledgeable young woman in appropriate costume. She had quite a knowledge of...  more »
  • Nottoway Plantation is a great way to spend an afternoon. The grounds are well kept, the house beautifully resorted, and the tour guide (Donovan) was wonderful.  more »
  • Beautiful Plantation!! Tour guide Shelley was amazing!! Love her! I really enjoyed listening to all the history. The property was very well kept & the breakfast was delicious!! Your also allowed to take pictures inside the Plantation and walk freely. Will come again.
  • My daughter and family stay there every time they go to visit son at LSU. It was so special to stay at a place with so much history. I enjoyed seeing the mighty Mississippi and then enjoying the brunch on Sunday before having to leave.

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