Iberville offers some of the most unique attractions you will find in all of south Louisiana. Travel the Great River Road amidst the fields of sugar cane and experience the grandeur of Nottoway, the largest plantation in the South. As you continue your travels along River Road you’ll find the Plaquemine Lock Historic Site, the Iberville Museum, and the Madonna Chapel, fabled fabled to be the world’s smallest Catholic church.
The picturesque beauty of North Iberville is unforgettable from its bayou vistas to its twisted grand oaks. Stop in at our North Iberville Visitors Center and our staff will gladly help you plan your next route, providing directions to one of our unique cultural experiences.
Across the river are the east Iberville communities of St. Gabriel and Carville where you can experience the riveting story of the Hansen’s Disease Museum and learn about those who bravely lived through the stigma that this disease once posed to society.
Plaquemine Lock Historic Site
In 1972 the Plaquemine Lock structure was placed on the National Register of Historic Places, an honorary designation for significant historic sites. Now a state-designated historic site, it includes a lock house museum and visitors center operated by Iberville Parish Tourism Department.
...through Iberville Parish
The route along our North Iberville Driving Tour, highlights places such as the Live Oaks Plantation, Trinity Plantation, Mound House, the Episcopal Church of the Nativity, and other historic sites along our scenic byways.
Take a tour down the Great River Road to discover sites such as the Tally Ho Plantation, St. Louis Plantation, and the beautifully restored St. Paul Catholic Church built in 1871.