Historic District in our Downtown . . . .
St. Francisville Town - Historic downtown St. Francisville is recognized on the Register of Historic Significant Sites.
Historic Churches in our Downtown . . . . .
Grace Episcopal Church - 11621 Ferdinand Street - established in 1827; present structure c.1858, survived gunboats barrage from the Mississippi River. Very historic cemetery framed by ancient live oaks.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church - Ferdinand Street @ Sewell Street - c.1871 Built from plans by General P.G.T. Beauregard
United Methodist Church - 9856 Royal Street - Built in 1899 to replace older structure ravaged by floods in Bayou Sara.
Other Activities . . . .
Bird Walks for the SERIOUS birder! Led by experienced Artist / Naturalist Murrell Butler. In the Tunica Hills area - check list provided - CALL for appointment. (225)635-6214
The Bluffs Golf Course - Sunrise Way off LA Hwy 965 - An Arnold Palmer designed course overlooking Thompson Creek. (225)634-5551
Louisiana State Penitentiary Museum at Angola - LA Hwy 66 @ Angola - Most intriguing history of the state\\\'s prison system displayed at the gates of the prison. Free. (225)655-2592
Cat Island National Wildlife Refuge - The refuge is open for activities such as hunting, fishing, hiking, birdwatching, and photography are open to the public. Home of the national champion Bald-Cypress tree. (225) 635-4753
West Feliciana Historical Society Museum - 11757 Ferdinand Street - Displays of area cultural history and architecture located in c.1895 hardware store building. *Pick-up a Walk Through History brochure of our Historic District\\\'s cultural and architectural history. Free. (225) 635-6330