Bellevue Plantation was the U.S. home of Catherine Willis Gray Murat, located in Tallahassee, Florida. It was purchased in 1854 after Catherine's husband Prince Achille Murat (son of Joachim Murat, Napoleon's brother-in-law and King of Naples from 1808-1815) died in 1847.
Plantation Home :
The home was named after the Hotel de Belle-Vue in Brussels, where Catherine and Achille had lived while in Europe. It has been restored and has period furnishings. The house is now part of the grounds of the Tallahassee Museum and is located in the Old Florida section. Visitors can learn about the area’s plantation communities. There are two adjacent reconstructed building, a plantation kitchen and a slave cabin.