United Houma Nation Settlement School Museum
View historical artifacts and pictures depicting the lives of the Houma Indians who made a living off the land and harvesting and fishing along Bayou Lafourche.
Laurel Valley is the largest surviving 19th and 20th century sugar plantation and features miles of sugarcane fields, the original slave cabins, schoolhouse and church. Visit the general store and view antique tools used for harvesting sugar cane.
An interactive experience for children to learn about the agriculture, food, and music that makes the area so unique. Drive a sugarcane harvester, ride a Mardi Gras float, and fish from a Gulf oil rig through these fun exhibits.
On this guided tour you’ll take an imaginary journey down Bayou Lafourche as you learn about how the first settlers used the bayou as a source of transportation, food, and trade.