Tourism - In and Around St. Francisville, La.
St. Francisville is known for its small town quiet life, the historic district with the numerous homes, churches, office buildings, shops, restaurants and courthouse on the national historic registry. The surrounding area within the parish of West Feliciana has five plantation homes open to the public for guided tours. Cat Island National Wildlife Refuge is home to the national bald-cypress tree which is the largest tree in North America east of the California Redwoods.
Stroll through this website for some tourist information for both St. Francisville and the surrounding area of West Feliciana Parish.
Interested for more detail information, the best source is the West Feliciana Parish Tourist Commission website.
For the most in-dept and up-to-date news on local festivals, visit StFrancisvilleFestivals.com.
Once in the Town of St. Francisville, start your visit at the West Feliciana Historical Society Museum which is also the location of the Main Street and Tourist Commission offices. The museum is located at 11757 Ferdinand Street (main street of the historic district). The museum has exhibits, gift shop and tourist information.