Audubon State Historic Site is 3 mi. e. off US 61 on SR 965. On this 100-acre woodland site is the 1806 Oakley Plantation House, where John James Audubon lived as an art teacher in 1821 while working on “Birds of America.” A collection of his first-edition prints is displayed. Guided tours of the house are offered. On the grounds are a plantation barn, formal and kitchen gardens, two slave cabins, nature trails and picnic facilities.
Guided tours are available. Picnicking is permitted.