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Information on Audubon State Historic Site and Oakley House


Audubon State Historic Site and Oakley House

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Entry type:
Display Gardens (Public & Private)
Nature Preserves and Hiking

Street Address:
11788 Highway 965
St. Francisville, Louisiana 70775 (United States)

Phone: (888) 677-2838

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Latitude: 30.7971706
Longitude: -91.3069305


5 stars BlissfulGarden On December 1, 2008, BlissfulGarden from Baton Rouge, LA wrote:

The nearly 200-year-old Oakley House is where John James Audubon sketched many of the birds found in his famous collection, The Birds of America. The property includes his home (which is now a museum), formal gardens, an outdoor kitchen and barns, short walking trails (Cardinal Trail is 1/2 mile long; Mason Trail is 1/4 mile long) and a large pavilion. Be sure to include a visit to this lovely site during your visit to the Feliciana Hills in Louisiana.

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