Explore West Feliciana

My Dear Reader, Glad You're Here


—Encounter the area that instantly rejuvenated and inspired a dejected and melancholy John James Audubon

—Developed by WFPTC, The Audubon Country Tours offer a flexible way to experience and learn about a Naturalists' Paradise from your home or in person.

  • Explore the interactive maps, with pinpoints of historic places, beautiful nature spots, and historical figures —some who interacted with the Audubon family and have interesting stories of their own.
  • Click on the pins to learn more about each location.
  • Allow the app to Guide you.
  • Come By and/or Contact the West Feliciana Historical Society Museum —Presenting a beautiful courtyard (home to the John J. Audubon Bicentennial Memorial), Gallery of Local Historic Exhibits, Shop with Gifts & Books, and Friendly Docents available to answer any questions — Courtyard is always open — Museum & Gift Shop Hours 10am - 3pm everyday — Address: 11757 Ferdinand St. Saint Francisville, LA 70775 — Phone: +1.225.635.6330
  • Exhibitions are FREE.


Nestled in rolling hills on the mighty Mississippi River, West Feliciana Parish is a unique area we call Louisiana’s Audubon Country. Visit our quintessential small town, St. Francisville, with its unique shops and historic district. 


Explore the many sandy-bottomed creeks and winding country roads that lead you to nature preserves, a cypress swamp, historic homes, or to a bluff overlooking the river. Whether you are birding, canoeing, or biking through the lush countryside - you will discover there’s no place in Louisiana quite like West Feliciana — David Floyd, Director


Additional Tours Coming Soon

  • Audubon State Historic Park (Oakley)
  • Birding
  • Old Tunica Trace
  • Hiking
  • Waterfalls
  • Cemeteries
  • Historic Churches
  • Native American Historic Sites....