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    Cane River

    National Heritage Area Louisiana

Guided Tours

Brick Slave/Tenant Cabins at Magnolic Outbuildings Site, CRCNHP, Photo by John Lees
Brick Slave/Tenant Cabins at Magnolia Site, Photo by John Lees
Photo by John Lees
 
Front Street ironwork and hanging baskets, Photo by John Lees
Although there are no buses available within Cane River Heritage Area, tour groups arriving on chartered buses may choose from the following tour guides to enhance their experience while visiting in our special region. Contact information for guides listed below:

Fun Time Tours:  Certified tour guide with 20 years of experience. Mother of the groom in the movie “Steel Magnolia” Specialized in Steel Magnolia Tours. Your group will be entertained. Lori Tate – 318/ 357-8744

Natchitoches Tours:  Vintage style streetcars, historic district and Steel Magnolia filming sites. Available for weddings and private parties. Pedal boats on Cane River Lake.
Call – 318/ 356-8687

Once Upon A Time Tours:  Legends and Lifestyles in the Louisiana colony. Licensed guide. Contact – Vicki Martin at 318/ 357-8903

Southern Carriage Tours:  700 block Front Street downtown historic district.
Daily 10AM until
Sun 12-4PM
Call:  318/ 356-TOUR

Tours by Jan:  Offers complete receptive service for motor coach tours-step-on guide services in Historic Natchitoches and Cane River Plantation Country.
Contact:  Jan Frederick, 318/ 352-2324

For more tours and guides contact:

Natchitoches Convention & Visitors Bureau
781 Front Street
Natchitoches, LA  71457
1.800.259.1714
www.natchitoches.net

Front Street, Photo by John Lees

Did You Know?

Badin-Roque House, Photo by John Lees

Badin-Roque House is one of a handful of structures remaining in the U.S. built in the style known as "poteux en terre" (post in the ground). The bousillage house offers a view of Cane River Creole frontier life.