A 19th Century sugar plantation manor house, slave quarters, worker's cabin, gift shop, gallery and local history museum along the banks of Little Bayou Black.
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!
Fridays, starting in October 2014, will feature evening tours offered at Southdown Plantation House. In addition to the traditional tour of the manor, Autumn and Christmas, Mardi Gras and other celebrations will be depicted through décor and the stories presented at each tour.
Groups will be led through the house for an hour-long tour by guides dressed in period clothing. The tours will begin at 7:00 p.m. with tickets $10 per person. Reservations are required and we recommend you make your reservations early by calling 985-851-0154 or e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.