Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site

Description

This state historic site and national landmark, a two-story Greek Revival manor fronted by upper and lower gallery porches, was built in the mid-1800s by wealthy cotton planter, Daniel Turnbull, and his wife, Martha. She was responsible for the property’s renowned gardens—some 28 acres of them. Tours (held daily on the hour) take in these gardens, the elegant main house with its many original family-owned pieces, and some of the 13 historic outbuildings on the surrounding 371 acres.

Address

12501 LA Hwy. 10
St. Francisville, Louisiana 70775

Lat/Long

30.79807800, -91.37382700

Open Hours

Daily 9–5; tours on the hr.
Visit Website
(225) 635-3332

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