Louisiana’s Historic Sites
Red barns are iconic across rural America, but have you ever wondered why so many are painted this prolific color?
If you’ve ever seen an old house on a lifted foundation and wondered why it was built that way, here is your answer!
Haint Blue, which actually encompasses a collection of colors from blue to green, is an iconic shade tha can be found adorning mansions and rural cabins across the South. And while the popularity of the color seems endless, few know the complicated history it entails.
Known as “The House that Took a Trip Down the River,” this impressive Louisiana mansion is for sale in Plaquemine, LA- Iberville Parish.
On August 28, 2005, Six Flags New Orleans would shut down to prepare for Hurricane Katrina. Little did anyone know it would never open again.
[New Orleans, LA]
The African Methodist-Episcopal Church was first constructed in 1890 from land carved out of the Platt Plantation.
[Pointe Coupee Parish, LA]