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EXHIBITS

Original 19th-century Minor Family Furnishings

Memories of Terrebonne 1890-1945: Oral History, Photograph, and Artifact Collection

Mardi Gras in Houma

Southdown Plantation and the Sugarcane Industry

Native Peoples of Louisiana

Hand-made baskets, dolls, woodcarvings, and other local crafts

Collected works of Terrebonne artist Charles Gilbert

Library and Literary Collection of local author Dr. T. I. “Thad” St. Martin

Boehm and Doughty porcelain birds and flowers

Re-creation of the Washington, D.C. office of Allen J. Ellender, U.S. Senator 1937-1972

Restored Plantation Worker’s Cabin (circa 1885)

Changing art gallery shows & other temporary, loaned, or traveling exhibits

To fully experience all that Southdown Plantation and Museum has to offer, plan your visit today!

 

Hours:
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Appointment-only on Sundays
Closed Mondays
Closed for Major Holidays

Contact and Address:
1208 Museum Drive
Houma, LA 70360
(985) 851-0154

Email:
info@southdownmuseum.org