East Feliciana Parish,
the heart of English Louisiana's Plantation Country, is noted for
its scenic beauty and historical landmarks. A legal, educational and commercial center in the
days when cotton was king, the parish offers a cornucopia of quaint historic towns, charming
bed & breakfasts, unsurpassed country drives, abundant native wildflowers, excellent birding,
bicycling, interesting shops and select dining. Points of interest include
Port Hudson State Historic Site
the Parish Courthouse and Lawyers Row (National Landmark),
Centenary State Commemorative Area,
Jackson Regional Museum, Feliciana Cellars
Winery, Casa de Sue Winery, Marston House and Bear Corners Restaurant. The Jackson
Historic District includes a well preserved commercial corridor and many fine examples of
vernacular architecture of the antebellum period. Annual events include the Jackson Assembly
Antiques Festival, Feliciana Spring Sampler, Battle of Jackson Crossroads Reenactment and
Pecan Ridge Bluegrass Festival.
For more information, contact:
East Feliciana Tourist Commission.
Louisiana Office of Tourism.
Area Culture and Traveler's Guide, with a Tour
Listings for Travelers: Attractions, Dining, Lodging and More