in Livingston

Discover Rich History

Formed by the Louisiana legislature in 1832, Livingston Parish has an abundance of historical sites. No matter which area you visit, you’re bound to find rich history in every location of Livingston Parish!

The newly restored Old City Hall located in Denham Springs features a look at an 1930′s era government building – including the jail cell!

Don’t miss seeing the French Settlement Historical Museum. This authentic Creole cottage features artifacts relating to the areas French influence.

Livingston Parish is also home to the largest rural Hungarian Settlement in the United States today.

Click here to learn more about The Carter Plantation House which is situated on property acquired by James Rheem under a Spanish land grant in 1804. Click here to visit their site:

Hungarian Settlement Museum

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Denham Springs Old City Hall

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Carter Plantation House

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French Settlement Historical Museum

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