This State-run park is a must see for those travelers interested in the history and culture of the Acadia area of Louisiana - our tour guide was excellent. Grounds well-kept - we enjoyed walking around on our own after the tour ended. Our schedule didn't allow but...very nice picnic area under shady live oaks!
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As we traveled from Breaux Bridge to New Iberia, we happened to pass a sign for Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site in St. Martinville, LA. We went into a well maintained Visitor's Center and watched a video and then toured displays on the history of the Creoles and Acadians who lived here. We were able to tour the Olivier Plantation Home... 更多
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If you are looking for an educational experience of early acadian life, for the whole family, you need to check out this state historic site. Aside from the friendly interpretive staff, original plantation house, reproduction buildings and recreated homestead, this is the most relaxing setting/outing around. Situated on the Bayou Teche, it takes you back almost 200 years and you... 更多
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Beautiful creole plantation. We had a wonderful tour guide thru the plantation. Would recommend to others. Located in Saint Martinville, La. Charming town with some history.
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Wifee and I had a beautiful walk among the grounds. The attraction is not mapped, but as you stroll around you'll see different areas you can walk to. You'll see a 350 yr old tree. Walk across a short bridge and fields to other structures.
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Spending the day with my sister who lives in Louisiana and traveling around with her and her husband they take us to St Martinville to see the Evangeline Oak and to learn the story behind the Oak Tree. Its a small park but packs a "large" punch with it's beauty. It's next to a museum, which was closed on tis... 更多
We visited this historic plantation house and visitor center because I am especially interested in textiles, weaving, and the history of women's craft work. The exhibit on cotton spinning and weaving is excellent and includes a working loom for weaving with the local cotton. While we were there we watched a volunteer making rag dolls of the type that children... 更多
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This site has an Acadian cabin and a creole plantation house. It had many live oaks. The most impressive was the Gabriel oak. The staff here was wonderful. I loved that they had bug spray for those who forgot. I learned something from everyone there. This is not the location of the Evangeline Oak. I was disappointed by the Evangeline... 更多
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They started us off with a movie about the history of the plantation, and then we got a guided tour of the main house. After, we were able to walk around the property on our own to check out the other buildings. Tour guide was informative, information center clerk was very helpful, and they gave us a great experience.
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If you are traveling through the area please stop at the Longfellow Evangeline State historic site. It's beautiful and the ladies sure know their stuff! You will not be disappointed. Take a look back at how the Cajuns and Creoles lived! Part of the park is currently closed because there aren't enough visitors. I would hate to see this happen... 更多
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