The Frogmore Plantation is a historic attraction located in Frogmore, Louisiana. The plantation has a long history in the Frogmore County and has been in the management of the Tanner family, who also serves as a cotton producer delegate to the National Cotton Council.
The Frogmore plantation combines elements of a cotton plantation from the 1800s together with a modern cotton plantation. Visitors of the plantation in Frogmore can also follow how the early Natchez planters together with the slaves lived. Tours inside the plantation will also focus on the evolution of the lifestyle of both plantation owners and the slaves as it progressed to what it is now.
Visitors of the Frogmore plantation can also learn new ideas and things as they get immersed in slave customs, secret music as well as some secret history and relationship between slaves and their masters, overseers or even mistresses. Historic tours through the plantation will also delve into the furnished slave quarters together while at the same time featuring products that are produced in the plantation such as rare steam gin and other plantation dependencies.
Guests of the 1800-acre Frogmore Plantation will then go through a time jump and get a glimpse of the modern processes employed in the plantation. One of the must-see attractions in the modern plantation is a computerized 900 bales-per-day cotton gin.
The Frogmore Plantation has received several awards and citations in the past including the 1999 Louisiana Tourism. The plantation was also featured in different magazines including the AAA Southern Traveler, Country Discoveries magazines and the Louisiana Cultural Vistas.
Tours in the plantation often starts at 9:00 am during week days and closes at 3PM or 1PM depending on the season. The plantation is open from Mondays through Saturdays and is closed during Sundays and several holidays.