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This historic 1805 sugar plantation details the unique and antiquated Creole culture and their part in the sugar industry. In addition to the fields of sugarcane still surrounding the plantation, there are 11 buildings on the grounds listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also the birthplace of the original Br'er Rabbit stories. Leashed dogs are allowed on the grounds; they are not allowed in buildings. Occasionally, if no one objects a small dog may be hand carried through the house.
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