St. Louis Historic Home

A historic mansion, built in 1857 with Greek Revival style architecture.


St. Louis was built in 1857 by U.S. Rep. Edward J. Gay and today is the private residence of the Gay family. It was named for the City of St. Louis. It has six columns and a gallery across the front, along with a rooftop belvedere. The home also has a cellar, which is quite rare among historic homes of the south; and is another Iberville property listed on the National Register of Historic Places. *The house is privately owned, and is not open to the public. It can be viewed from the road.

Great River Road Driving Tour:
LA-405 (Great River Road) from Plaquemine through Bayou Goula to White Castle.

Wednesday: 12:00 am – 11:59 pm

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