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Audubon State Historic Site [LA]

The Audubon State Historic Site is located in St. Francisville, LA, and is the site where noted artist John Audubon stayed for four months while teaching art to Eliza Pirrie. The Pirries lived in the Oakley House, which is a fabulous example of colonial architecture in the deep south. The Oakley House is listed on the national register of historic places.

The site offers guided tours of the Oakley House, galleries of Audubon's art, and exhibits regarding Audubon's stay. The website offers a brief history of the site and visitor information.