Iberville offers some of the most unique and magnificent attractions you will find in all of south Louisiana. It is home to magnificent Nottoway Plantation, the largest plantation home in the South, which completed a $7 million restoration in 2009. The Plaquemine Lock museum, a Dutch-influenced building with gleaming white tile, is a state historic site offering tours.
There’s also the magnificent St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, with its Italian Romanesque architecture; and nearby Bayou Plaquemine Waterfront Park, with fishing and picnicking along the bayou. Madonna Chapel, the smallest church in the world, makes a fun stop; or take the ferry ride across the Mighty Mississippi to the Carville Museum an intriguing history tour. If you’re looking for picturesque rural life, a ride along La. 77 is a treat.
Come spend a day or two with us in intriguing Iberville!
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