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Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site [LA]

The Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, located along the Bayou Teche in southern Louisiana, preserves the 1815 plantation home Maison Olivier and presents a reproduction of an early 1800s Acadian farmstead, including a family home, outdoor kitchen, slave quarters, and barn.

The historic site offers tours, exhibits, and occasional special events. The website offers a history of the historic site, as well as visitor information, a short virtual tour, and a listing of nearby attractions.