Southdown Plantation House is a 19th-century sugar manor house and home to the Terrebonne Museum of history, culture, and arts. We offer tours of the house and worker's cabin settled on four beautiful acres.
NEW!!! Check out our exhibits page and download Local History Curriculum for students
The pavilion is available for wedding ceremonies, receptions, birthday and anniversaries parties, family reunions, crawfish boils, picnics, corporate dinners, employee gatherings, client receptions, church, civic, non-profit events, and much more!
Explore our Gift Shop for hundreds of unique items, including local folklore children's books, blankets, fleur de lis novelties, jewelry, bags, Cajun music, and an extensive collection of books and cookbooks. Open Tuesday - Saturday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
One day arts and crafts festival that features more than 300 local and national vendors with unique handmade products including jewelry, clothing, woodcrafts, original art, garden items, seasonal products and more!
Join our team of volunteers! We are looking for people to give tours, help in the gift shop, and help with events, such as Southdown Marketplace. It's a great way to meet people and become involved in our community!
The website project was partially funded with a sponsorship from the Houma Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.