Poche Plantation Arts & Crafts Show

St. James is proud to host a top quality event where proceeds will benefit St. James Parish!

                         Take a Tour

 
 
 

Built circa 1870 by Judge Felix Pierre Poche, who was a leader of the Democratic party and a founder of the American Bar Association, this historic home is the last plantation to be constructed in the area.  

 
The Victorian Renaissance Revival style mansion is known for its unique front dormer, its eight fireplaces and beautiful staircase.
 
Complete with museum, restaurant, several murals and tree carvings, Poche Plantation is a more than a plantation home, it's a destination.  
 
We know you'll fall in love with this beauty and her treasures!  Our tour guides are looking forward to telling you the tales and stories the walls try to hold secret.