Butler Greenwood Plantation

A 1790’s plantation in Louisiana’s scenic Audubon country where the bird artist painted 1/3 of his Birds of America, Butler Greenwood is still owned and occupied by members of the original family. The National Register-listed antebellum house is filled with rare antiques, including the area’s finest original formal Victorian parlor.

Extensive grounds feature hundreds of live oaks and 19th-century gardens. Overnight accommodations in eight private cottages with plenty of historic charm scattered across peaceful plantation grounds, around the duck pond or at edge of steep wooded ravine.

House tours daily 9 to 5, Sunday 1 to 5; tour $5. This is *the* tour for historical accuracy and authentic antiques, conducted by resident author whose children are the eighth generation of the family here. Located between New Orleans and Natchez on the Great River Road.

  • Air Conditioner
  • Cable Television
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Children Under 12 Welcome
  • Coffee Maker
  • Fireplace
  • Flower Garden
  • Hors D'oeuvres
  • Jacuzzi Tubs
  • Louisiana
  • Off-Street Parking
  • Open All Year
  • Pets Welcome
  • Plantation Country
  • Porch / Deck / Patio
  • Private Balcony
  • Private Bath
  • Saint Francisville
  • Smoking Permitted On Grounds
  • Snacks / Beverages
  • Spectacular View
  • Swimming Pool
  • USA
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