We called here for a visit because my travel buddy wanted to see the plantation that bore her name. We were greeted by Bryan and taken around the house, gardens and slave quarters.
Bryan was an excellent guide - knowledgeable and witty to boot. His delivery was paced well and also extremely interesting to watch. I learned a lot about Creole history and the story of Laura's family was presented in such a way that I left desperate to learn more!
The house itself is an interesting sight, but more interesting are the slave houses and gardens. To imagine what life was like back then was sobering, and Bryan really brought the stories to life.
I didn't really know what to expect when visiting a plantation, but I'm really glad we stopped by. It was well worth the money - an extremely interesting 90 minutes.
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