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Louisiana Delta 65 Logo - Promoting Rural Tourism Along US Highway 65 in Louisiana Wildlife Refuges welcome visitors in fun, educational, safe environments to learn about wildlife conservation... Delicious Southern food like boiled crawfish, fried green tomatoes, grits and so much more Beautiful sunsets, sunrises and outdoor natural beauty are all around in the Delta 65 area

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Bayou Cocodrie
National Wildlife Refuge

Byerley House Museum

CJ Walker

Crescent Plantation

Cushy Alpacas

Delta Music Museum

Delta Airlines Beginnings

Flag Plaza

Frogmore  Plantation


Grants Canal

Hermoine Museum

Jerry Lee Lewis Home Tour

Lake Bruin State Park

Lake Concordia

Lake Providence

Lake St. John

Louisiana Cotton Museum

Mississippi River

Poverty Point Historical Site

Tensas River
National Wildlife Refuge

Thomas Jason Lingo
Community Center 


Underground Railroad Marker

Winter Quarters

What Else We've Got:

Okra Salt Domes | Agriculture | Hiking | Wildlife  | Ancient Mounds | Festivals | Much More!

There ought to be a law against anybody going to Europe until they have seen the things we have in this country.

- Will Rogers


Frogmore PlantationFrogmore Plantation offers tours: Historical -- Educational -- Agricultural -- Industrial
1800-acre working cotton plantation with gins, and 19 dependency buildings

Guided tours that fully explain the changes of a working cotton plantation from the 1700's through the present, two of the tour guides are the owners of Frogmore Plantation, George and Lynette Tanner. Dressed in full costume to guide tours, with their staff, they teach about slave culture and the plantation system in America, based on former slave narratives and extensive archives.  

George Tanner personally relates unusual products, cotton techniques, and world facts to group tours, and he is almost always available to answer questions for individuals as well, offering a comprehensive historical tour, and include the agricultural, botanical, and industrial aspects in the tour.  Cotton and cottonseed products, world production and statistics, and unusual cotton facts are included in the modern-day tour.

Displays include tools and antiques in the authentically restored dependency buildings. Several different tours are offered, designed to fit the interests of visitors.  

The plantation also has a modern, computerized 900- bales-per-day cotton gin. Ten months of the year, visitors can pick cotton and weigh it in!

Historical -- Educational -- Agricultural -- Industrial

LA.Ancient Mounds Trail historical marker sign at Frogmore, Louisiana, in Concordia Parish 18 restored antebellum structures that date from the early 1800's. Along with the history of the early Natchez planters, and sharecropping, the tour includes a rare Smithsonian quality steam cotton gin.  Listed on the National Register, this pre-civil war building houses rare Munger equipment. Robert Samuel Munger was the first person to invent suction in the gins, and also he created the continuous ginning system with the double-box press, all patented in 1884.

Frogmore has received the Louisiana Tourism award and has been featured in Country Discoveries magazine,  AAA  Southern Traveler, Louisiana Cultural Vistas, and other magazines.  Frogmore has even been in Public Broadcasting System documentaries!

Come see what we've got at Frogmore!

11054 Hwy 84
Frogmore, LA 71334
318-757-2453 or 318-757-3333
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A golf cart is available for handicapped persons and complimentary beverages are included in all group tours. 



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Louisiana Delta 65, Inc.
305 Dabney Street
Tallulah, Louisiana  71282
Telephone:  318-574-8519