About the Hall

“Spirits Hall”, formerly St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, circa 1883, was moved to Woodland Plantation in October 1998 from Homeplace, Louisiana, 14 miles south of Woodland and restored into a beautiful dining and reception hall. With vaulted barrel ceiling, chandeliers, gothic stained glass windows, mahogany bar with arched panels and Brazilian cherry wood floors, Spirits is truly an exquisite, soothing and historic building.

Now restored to its original grandeur, the building comprises 4,000 square feet and is an ideal location for gourmet dinners, weddings, receptions, conferences, and special retreats of all kinds. Featuring traditional Louisiana Creole and Cajun cuisine, Spirits of Woodland Hall can be reserved for most any group.

While you are visiting Woodland Plantation and Spirits Hall, make sure you try our signature beverage, Woodland Punch.

Get Comfortable, Southern Style

Make our signature drink, Woodland Punch, made with Southern Comfort and enjoy!

  • 1 part Southern Comfort®
  • 2 parts unsweetened pineapple juice
  • 1/2 part club soda
  • dash of cherry juice
  • squeeze of lime – optional

Mix and pour over rocks in a tall glass. Delicious!

Does this painting look familiar?

A Home on the Mississippi Currier and Ives

Look closer! The art work by Currier and Ives is actually Woodland Plantation.

Woodland‘s Big House was depicted in the famous painting, “A Home on the Mississippi.” It was commissioned by the United States government in 1871 as a part of a documentary program on the Mississippi River.

Planning something special?

We’re Ready to Host Your Wedding Vacation Conference Retreat Fishing Trip at Woodland Plantation