ABOUT ST. FRANCISVILLE
St. Francisville is known for its small town quiet life and historic district with numerous homes, churches, office buildings, shops, restaurants and courthouse on the National Historic Registry. Within the parish of West Feliciana, there are six plantation homes open for tours. Cat Island National Wildlife Refuge is home to the national bald-cypress tree, the largest tree in North America east of the California redwoods.
For more detailed information, please visit West Feliciana Parish Tourist Commission website.
For news on local festivals, visit StFrancisvilleFestivals.com.
Begin your visit to St. Francisville at the West Feliciana Historical Society. The museum with its exhibits, gift shop and tourist information is located at 11575 Ferdinand Street.
St. Francisville is home to many amazing restaurants and cafes:
Restaurant 1796 (lunch & dinner)
St. Francisville Inn (Bar, brunch, lunch, dinner)
Birdman Coffee & Books (breakfast)
Magnolia Cafe (lunch & dinner)
The Francis (lunch & dinner)
Cafe Petra (lunch & dinner)
Audubon Cafe (breakfast & lunch)
Whether you are a golfer, biker, hiker or shopper, St. Francisville has something for you:
St. Francisville offers a variety of festivals and events throughout the year. Fun for the entire family!